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Raikkonen on relationship with Ron Dennis: We had our different opinions

Article To news overview Kimi Raikkonen has given an insight into his relationship with former McLaren team boss Ron Dennis. Dennis was CEO of the Woking-based squad when Raikkonen joined in 2002. The Finn remained with the outfit until 2006, and during that time his antics both on and off the circuit attracted a lot of attention. Reflecting on it now, Raikkonen thinks that his relationship with Dennis was mostly positive, despite the fact that they "didn't agree" on everything. "I think it was good," Raikkonen told the Beyond The Grid podcast. "Obviously, there was a lot said and written about it, but I think internally [it] was good. "I think we had a good...
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