Kimi Raikkonen says he would personally like to see forthcoming F1 regulations make the cars more 'interesting and challenging', complaining they are too slow at the moment.

Echoing views shared by other drivers that have competed in F1 for several years now, most notably Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa, Raikkonen is keen for technology to be introduced to make the cars go faster and be harder to drive.

"I mean obviously something has to change for the future to make it more interesting, to make it more challenging for us also," he said. "It would be nice to see the cars going faster and all those things."

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Reflecting on whether a ban in radio communication could be used to spice up the racing, the Ferrari driver remains sceptical, however.

"Overall I think it's not such a big deal to anybody but obviously taking the radio out completely would change a lot and probably in the beginning we wouldn't finish races. I don't think that's the way of making F1 more interesting."