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Raikkonen reveals what he enjoys most since leaving Ferrari for Alfa Romeo

Kimi Raikkonen says an uptick in his free time away from the track has helped boost his enjoyment of Formula 1 in 2019 after leaving Ferrari. The Finn has taken on the role of Alfa Romeo's senior driver this year, but sees little difference between his duties now and those he had at the Scuderia. Raikkonen has made a fine start to life at Alfa Romeo, the rebranded Sauber team he debuted in F1 with in 2001, scoring all 13 of the team's points so far as team-mate Antonio Giovinazzi has got up to speed. Article continues under video The veteran has remained as consistent as ever despite swapping the fight towards the front with the hectic midfield scrap, and thinks the two are similar....
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