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Fourth still not good enough Raikkonen

Kimi Raikkonen says fourth place in the Belgian Grand Prix is “still not good enough” for Ferrari despite it being his best result of the season. With Fernando Alonso finishing eighth it is the first time Raikkonen has beaten his team-mate this season, with the 2007 world champion running third for a number of laps before being overtaken by Valtteri Bottas in the closing stages. However, Raikkonen said he didn't feel the team deserved a podium based on pace and doesn't want his own personal upturn in form to cloud the overall deficit to the likes of Mercedes and Williams. “We had good races before and the feeling has been better in the last few races but we put ourselves in a very...
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