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Raikkonen: Pressure at Ferrari and Alfa Romeo no different

Kimi Raikkonen says the pressure for results inside Ferrari and Alfa Romeo isn’t any different as he applies the same expectations on himself regardless of targets. The experienced Finnish driver, who made his 315th Formula 1 Grand Prix start in Abu Dhabi to go outright second on the all-time race starts list, has completed his first year back at the Swiss team having started his F1 career at Sauber back in 2001. Having joined Alfa Romeo at the start of 2019 off the back of five consecutive years at Ferrari, Raikkonen feels the pressure to perform at each team isn’t any different despite the varying targets with the Scuderia fighting for world titles while his new team looking to climb...
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