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Räikkönen – 'It will feel a bit weird to get back to racing'

After four months of lockdown and seven months since the last competitive Formula 1 race, and Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN’s resident iceman Kimi Räikkönen is ready to get on track and perform. The Austrian Grand Prix will be the first of two races held on consecutive weekends at the Red Bull Ring to kick off the season, and while the 2007 world champion enjoyed his break, he is ready to get back to business. “It will feel a bit weird to get back to racing in these conditions, but I am sure that once we are in the car we will not focus on the restrictions but just on doing the best job we can,” Räikkönen said in a press release. “The break was a chance to spend time with my family...
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