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Chinese GP 'painful' amid setbacks - Kimi Raikkonen

Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen labelled his Chinese Grand Prix as “painful” after he took a podium, having started from the front row, before recovering from sixth place. Raikkonen lined up alongside team-mate Sebastian Vettel but was boxed in on the run to Turn 1 and dropped behind Valtteri Bottas, before ceding position to Max Verstappen into Turn 6. Raikkonen was kept out by Ferrari and briefly led, though on worn tyres was unable to keep pace with Bottas and Vettel, dropping to sixth when he eventually stopped for fresh rubber. The Safety Car period brought Raikkonen back into contention, and though he was jumped by Daniel Ricciardo, the Finn profited when Max Verstappen...
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