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Kimi Raikkonen: Nothing is guaranteed in close midfield

Kimi Raikkonen has quipped that Alfa Romeo could be anywhere between fifth and last in Formula 1 due to the anticipated closely-contested nature of the midfield. Renault, Toro Rosso, Haas, McLaren, and Alfa Romeo drivers all posted best times within a few tenths during suspected low-fuel runs on the softest tyre during testing in Spain. Racing Point was a little further off, with the struggling Williams adrift at the back of the pack. “I think they’ve [Alfa Romeo] been doing a good job the last year already, and just growing up,” he said. “But nothing is guaranteed; if we are fifth or 10th who knows. “I think it’s going to be quite close between the...
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