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Räikkönen: Ferrari lacking to Mercedes

– Kimi Räikkönen says Ferrari "didn't have enough speed" compared to Mercedes, as he trailed Lewis Hamilton, prior to late tyre drama at the British Grand Prix.Front-row starter Räikkönen slotted into second position and gradually drifted away from leader Hamilton, with the Briton preserving a 10-second advantage up front.Räikkönen nonetheless held a comfortable buffer over Valtteri Bottas, though was slowed by a front-left tyre failure with three laps remaining, necessitating an additional pit-stop.Räikkönen emerged in fourth, but moved up to third a lap later, when Ferrari team-mate Sebastian Vettel was also hit by a similar-looking tyre problem."We had all...
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