Kimi Raikkonen says victory doesn’t add pressure

Formula One News » Kimi Raikkonen says victory doesn’t add pressure

Kimi Raikkonen says there is no added pressure after winning last weekend’s Australian grand prix and arriving at the Malaysian grand prix leading the drivers’ championship.

“There’s no target or anything, we don’t do any different things this weekend that we did in any previous race or last year,” Kimi Raikkonen said.

“If people think we are the kind of leaders it makes no difference to our work, what we did or what we’re going to do this weekend or any other weekend

“We just try to do our best and hopefully can score some good points.”

“So if we put a normal dry condition I’m pretty sure we are closer – I hope at least. We will wait and see until once we get the normal qualifying done. I’m sure we are not a second behind.”

“Last year we were pretty good when it was hot and actually it was better for us but obviously we haven’t run in these kind of conditions and the winter was very cold, so I have no idea.

“But if it’s anything like what it was last year it should be pretty okay, but we have to wait and see how it goes.”

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