Kimi Raikkonen says he is 'happy' with where Ferrari is positioned ahead of the Australian Grand Prix, particularly compared with how it concluded the 2014 F1 season.

The former champion finished outside the top ten in the overall standings as he struggled to get to grips with the F14T last year, but has shown more competitive pace during pre-season testing in the SF15-T.

With rivals predicting Ferrari has made the biggest step forward over the winter, Raikkonen is indeed confident that the team stands to at least begin the 2015 season in better form than this time twelve months ago.

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"We feel better overall as a team and how everything is run," he said. "I am sure we are more ready for this year, but are we always going to get what we want? Time will tell, it is not always going to be as nice as you wish, but that is pretty normal.

"I think we are in a much stronger position. I guess we have a lot of work to do to be where we want to be, but that is part of the game. We have to be happy with where we are right now and compared to where we finished last year. We will have to see if it is good enough."