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Raikkonen: we have an awful lot of work to do

The Finn says Ferrari have a lot of work to do to get to where they want to be.
Wednesday, May 21, 2014

21st May, 2014 (F1 Plus / Rosie Baillie) - Kimi Raikkonen says Ferrari have got a lot of work to do to reach their goals.

To be honest, if we finished where we finished [in Spain], I think sixth and seventh, it’s not at all where we want to be as a team, so we still have an awful lot of work to do.” Raikkonen said during the drivers’ press conference.

The Finn said that the Maranello based team were making improvements, but so were their competitors.

We improve things little-by-little but the other teams are also going forward so it’s not a simple thing to fix and be in front suddenly.” he said.

“We know how it works and we know how much things have to improve but we keep working hard and for sure one day we will get there”

Raikkonen, who won around the streets of Monaco in 2005, is hoping to pick up points on Sunday but warned that it was too early to predict how the car will behave.

“Previous years haven’t been the most best again but hopefully this year can be a bit better and hopefully we get some good points but obviously it’s too early to say how the car will be.” said Raikkonen.

“Everything is different from last year so we have to just go open-minded and try to do the best that we can.”

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