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Raikkonen: We just didn't have any speed

Spanish Grand Prix – Kimi Raikkonen said that his Alfa Romeo lacked speed this weekend in Spain, which was exacerbated by a mistake on the opening lap. The Finn started the race from P14 after a tricky qualifying session for Alfa Romeo saw both drivers fail to get through into Q3. With Raikkonen one of five drivers to attempt to start the race on the Medium tyre, he was all set to try a one stop strategy and this may have worked out better had he not made a mistake and run wide into the gravel just three corners into the race: 'It was very slippery on the Mediums, and I almost spun at Turn 3. I tried to go with it but the rear didn't want to and I almost managed to get it stopped...
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