Kimi Raikkonen says that, he would not say that the crash was his own fault, and also it’s not too worrying the Italian outfit. The Finn heavily crash into the wall on the exit of Turn 4 ahead of a head of chequered flag.
“I was on a kerb and got some fairly massive wheelspin,” Raikkonen told Autosport.
“I couldn’t catch it anymore and unfortunately it went directly into the wall and damaged the car.
“Things happen so I wouldn’t say it’s my fault. We improved the settings a lot and it’s not too bad, but there’s a lot of torque in the car.”
The Finn, who was third fastest for the day, a massive 3.435s down on Nico Rosberg’s P1 time, played down the shock his crash had on Ferrari’s future development.