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Kimi: We are not happy until we win

Sunday 29th July 2012

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Kimi: We are not happy until we win

Kimi: We are not happy until we win

Lotus' search for their first win of 2012 continues, but Kimi Raikkonen insists the team are determined to end the drought.

The Finn finished second behind Lewis Hamilton at the Hungarian GP on Sunday while his team-mate Romain Grosjean claimed the final podium place.

It is the fifth time that the Finn has finished on the podium this season but the race victory still eludes him. In fact, Lotus are the only team of the front-runners to yet win a race this season.

The 32-year-old Raikkonen says the Enstone squad won't rest until they get that elusive victory.

"We came second, it's not enough but we had some problems with the Kers," he said.

"We had some speed and we'll try to win the next race. At least we are up there all the time and we put ourselves in a good position but we are not happy until we win."

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