McLaren driver Kimi Raikkonen fears that the new car he’ll be using for the first race at Sunday’s Australian Grand Prix will not be good enough.

McLaren driver Kimi Raikkonen fears that the new car he’ll be using for the first race at Sunday’s Australian Grand Prix will not be good enough.

Last year, the Finn ended the championship as the runner-up to Michael Schumacher, but this year he’s not as happy with his car.

"We still have problems and time is running out," Raikkonen said. "Not big problems, just little ones, but they take a long time to fix."

After the test in Valencia where he said the car was “running very well”, he did not fare as well at Barcelona in the following week’s testing. However, he did admit, “the base line is very good; its very stable.”

But F1 veteran Stirling Moss has said that he is confident that Raikkionen is the best bet to dethrone Michael Schumacher.

Talking about “The Iceman”, he commented that Raikkonen drives “naturally and effortlessly. You can’t teach that!”

Original article from Car