Bahrain GP: Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen 'feels good' in second

Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkonen says finishing second at the Bahrain Grand Prix. "feels good" but admits he would obviously have preferred to win.

Team-mate Sebastian Vettel, who finished fifth, believes he "let his team down" after his "mistake" cost him a podium spot. The German went off track and damaged his car while racing Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg.

Ferrari technical director James Allison defends himself against Eddie Jordan when the BBC pundit says the team kept Raikkonen on the hard tyres too long.

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