Raikkonen looks back at Hungarian success
Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen gave the team another podium finish at the Hungarian GP after a great drive, but only managed second place as the McLaren of Lewis Hamilton took top honours. Althought that is surprising for Raikkonen since he faired quite badly in Germany, and wasn't expecting the results at the Hungaroring.
Raikkonen said, "I want to wish Felipe well again. He had an incredible accident on last Saturday and I think that he was on everybody’s mind in the Scuderia Ferrari and the drivers on the grid. I know that his condition is improving constantly and I’m glad to hear that. I really hope that he’ll be alright soon and get back on the track.
"It was an absurd accident and the team had some very difficult moments, because in the beginning we didn’t know why Felipe ran off the track at this point. But then a driver has to blind out certain things once he’s on the track.
"We managed to get a place on the podium, but we couldn’t really fight for victory. It’s strange how it always goes well on certain tracks and some are completely the opposite: in Germany things go always wrong for me, but in Hungary I drove on the podium again, for the fifth time.”