Kimi Raikkonen says his first day back in the Ferrari ahead of the Belgian Grand Prix was 'not too bad', despite missing out on more mileage due to two late red flag stoppages.
The Finn ended his day fifth fastest, behind the Red Bulls but ahead of team-mate Sebastian Vettel, and was philosophical about the end result, suggesting the two stops late on due to red flags mean tomorrow will be more important.
Despite this, the former champion – who has re-signed with Ferrari for 2016 – was content with the day's work.
“We will try to do a good tomorrow and then obviously see what we can do on Sunday but it's not been too bad so far. There were so many red flags but it's the same for everybody. We've had a little bit of blistering on the front, which is not ideal but it's not a big disaster.”