Ferrari pilot Kimi Raikkonen says he does not push the car hard enough, despite the fastest round of tests on the last day.
Finster, whose teammate Sebastian Vettel is only 0.039 seconds slower than the fastest test in the test, seems satisfied with the car's performance, although he does not want to talk about the results yet.
Raikkonen responded to the question of whether they could take pole position in Melbourne: "I can not say that right now." Two weeks later, there are qualifying rounds, so we will see if we are in pole position. "
"We did some tours today but we could go faster than that, we could do that if we wanted to, but there's no point in showing your speed in the tests, because the results have no significance."
"A few weeks later everyone will show how strong they are, then we will see who is where, and we can only be found in hypotheses before that."
Raikkonen said that the second tests were good for them.
"It was not possible to work fully in the tests because of the weather conditions last week, but the second week was more efficient for everyone.
"We may have done a lot of rounds but not many rounds or so many things do not mean you are progressing."
"If we come by car, I feel bad, I can say I'm positive, and when Melbourne comes, we'll see how much it is."
"Our car was very durable during the test, driving was pleasant, but you can always improve, there are always areas you can add."
"Every year the same story, the same things every year."