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Realistic 2015 Expectations for Kimi Raikkonen After Spanish Grand Prix

At the Bahrain Grand Prix last month, Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen ended a 25-race streak without a podium finish. Only one other time in his Formula One career had he gone even 17 races without finishing in the top three—and those were the first 17 races of his career, in 2001 with Sauber. That streak ended at the first race of 2002, where the "Iceman" was a fighting third in his first race for McLaren, behind Michael Schumacher and Juan Pablo Montoya. And it was largely uphill from there: a world championship with Ferrari in 2007, a sabbatical and successful comeback with Lotus and 20 race victories. But then he returned to Ferrari last season, struggled with the car and promptly turned in his worst-ever finish—12th in the drivers...

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