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Formula 1 without Kimi Raikkonen

Let's put things in perspective, shall we? How is Formula 1 doing without Kimi? I know, I know, it's just the start of the season.  I know, I know, you can't judge how the season is going to turn out by using the snore-fest that was the Bahrain Grand Prix as a barometer. And of course, you don't need to tell me twice that it seems that this rule of not re-fuelling has probably made the drivers more cautious—and teams take lesser risks.  Gone are the days of the fuelling light to make the starts more exciting. Forget about researching the prerace weights the day after qualy—they don't mean a darn thing.  Also, seeing lesser teams qualify high means they do actually have a car that might even win the race....

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