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Why Kimi Raikkonen Will Be the Driver to Watch at the 2015 Hungarian Grand Prix

For the first time in 2015, Kimi Raikkonen will enter a race weekend with nothing to lose when he takes to the track in Hungary. Throughout the opening nine races of the season, there was a feeling that Raikkonen was constantly under the microscope, that he—despite his world-champion status and 20 grand prix victories—had something to prove either in his battle alongside Sebastian Vettel or in his fight for his Ferrari future. Having beaten his team-mate on just one occasion thus far, however—as the four-time title winner has cemented his position as the Prancing Horse's prime focus—and with mounting speculation over the identity of Vettel's team-mate for 2016, it seems the damage has been done. Bad luck, as they sa...

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