Raikkonen lapped faster than anyone ever before in Barcelona, with a best time of 1 minute 18.634 seconds.
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The Italian stallion has a spring in its step as Ferrari, Formula One's oldest and most successful team, start a new season with fresh hope of returning to the top in the carmaker's 70th anniversary year.A decade on from their last driver's title, courtesy of Kimi Raikkonen in 2007, Ferrari emerged from eight days of testing in Spain with the fastest lap times coupled with impressive reliability.Ferrari failed to win a race last year, their second such blank in three years, while Mercedes won 19 of 21 and took both titles for the third season in succession.The 2017 rule changes, with fatter tires and faster cars, could signal a new awakening for four-times world champion Sebastian Vettel and veteran "Iceman" Raikkonen in what looks likely to be his last campaign.
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