Kimi Raikkonen insists he's not ready to throw in the towel at Ferrari despite a poor season.
The Finn returned to the Scuderia at the start of the year, but it has been anything but a happy homecoming as he has found himself well off team-mate Fernando Alonso's pace. The Spaniard leads him 11-0 in qualifying while he also has the upper hand on race.
The 2007 World Champion's mood is unlikely to have improved following Saturday's qualifying in Hungary after he was knocked out in Q1 after a poor call from the team.
The Finn says he asked the team several times if he was safe and was told "he was fine" to make it through to Q2, but those on the pitwall was wrong as he was knocked...
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