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Raikkonen: Alfa Romeo are moving in the right direction

Kimi Raikkonen believes Alfa Romeo are moving in the right direction and have made improvements on where they were 12 months ago, following a assured performance in Formula 1 pre-season testing in Barcelona. Raikkonen moved to Alfa Romeo after leaving Ferrari at the end of last season and enjoyed a solid year alongside the emerging Antonio Giovinazzi. Article continues under video The Finn believes that their new car for 2020 has enjoyed a solid start to testing, saying: “The immediate feeling is pretty positive. For my first testing day, it was an OK one. "The important thing is that everything seems to be working well, with no major issues. “There is still a long way to go but I...
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