Kimi Raikkonen tips himself to end winless run and return to Formula One summit: 'I am here to win races and win championships'
Kimi Raikkonen still believes he can compete for another Formula One title, despite not winning a race since the start of the 2013 season.
Raikkonen sits fifth in the championship standings ahead of this weekend's season finale at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Ferrari's No 2 driver - behind Sebastian Vettel - can still climb to fourth but is seven points behind Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo and trails Sebastian Vettel by a further 100 points, who is second to Lewis Hamilton.
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