F1 » Raikkonen admits ‘seconds and thirds’ not enough


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Runnah, what faster car are you talking about? The fastest driver at nurb in the race was Grosjean, and with a better strategy it should have been a Lotus 1-2. Grosjean was also fast at the beginning of this race although he couldn't find a way past Vettel. Grosjean has proven the Lotus is a capable car in qualifying (3rd on the grid) and in the past 2 races has been faster than Vettel as well as Kimi. There is nothing wrong with the Lotus right now, Kimi needs to pull his finger out in qualifying but that is unlikely to happen seeing that raw speed has never been something you associate with Kimi, he is about consistency. I really hope that Raikonnen goes to Red Bull next season. Right now it is clear that the car with the best race pace is Lotus, and it would be an eye opener for many people when Raikonnen performs worse than he has at Lotus for Red Bull-although no doubt people will bring up the same excuses they do with Webber-No.2 driver so his car isnt as good, sabotage, etc



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