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Raikkonen to start Belgian GP from the pit lane

Article To news overview © Pirelli Kimi Raikkonen will start the Belgian Grand Prix, a race he's won on four occasions, from the pit lane. The Alfa Romeo driver was knocked out in Q1 at Spa-Francorchamps on Saturday, finishing down in 19th place, and Alfa Romeo have opted to make a setup change overnight and take a hit on their starting position. The rear wing assembly of the Alfa Romeo has been changed, likely from a dry spec to a higher downforce spec due to the rain, breaking parc ferme rules which prevent such changes without penalty. As a result, Raikkonen will start from the pit lane. "The part has been replaced with the approval of the FIA technical delegate following a...
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