Kimi Raikkonen isn’t overly impressed with Alfa Romeo’s form at the moment, saying it wasn’t his late-race clash with Sergio Perez that cost him points at Silverstone, it was a slow car.

Raikkonen, who has scored just one point this season, was running in tenth place at Silverstone on Sunday afternoon, the Finn on course for a points-scoring finish.

While it initially looked as if he may just keep the Red Bull driver at bay, Raikkonen then spun his C41, falling to Px.

But while engineer suggested it was the moment with Perez that cost him a point, the 41-year-old reckons it is the pace of the car that is the problem.

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