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Raikkonen hoping for Lotus-like season in 2019

Mar.8 Kimi Raikkonen is quietly hoping for a race win in 2019. The Finn has left Ferrari after a long career with the Maranello marque, and now drives for the Ferrari-linked Sauber team -- now known as Alfa Romeo. In 2012, the now 39-year-old Raikkonen returned to F1 following a rallying and Nascar sabbatical, and won two races in two seasons with the Lotus team. Asked if he can repeat that now, he told Italy's automoto: "I hope so. "But I don't know what our competitiveness is. The order in the middle is very close. "It will also depend on who will make their car faster during the year. We will try to do a good job from the beginning and then go from there," Raikkonen...
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