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Raikkonen believes Sauber can be successful in 2019

Sauber have made significant steps since the end of last season, a season in which they only scored five points, to now being part of the midfield and being able to attract a driver with the talent of Kimi Raikkonen. Their improvement was vast, even though they still finished eighth, above just Toro Rosso and Williams. However, especially towards the end of the season, the team were regulars in Q3 and scored points in six of the last seven races. And their new driver Kimi Raikkonen, who is returning to the team where he started his F1 career, believes that his new team has everything they need to be successful in 2019. He said: "I see no reason why we should not be able to...
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