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Raikkonen restarts for day two

Kimi Raikkonen's crashed Citroen in BulgariaRed Bull driver Kimi Raikkonen has restarted the second day of Rally Bulgaria as the Citroen Junior Team managed to fix his C4 WRC after he rolled off the road on SS4 yesterday.

The team worked flat-out to repair what was largely cosmetic damage to the Citroen, allowing the Finn to return under the superally regulations for the longest day of the Borovets-based event.

"It was just one of those things," said Raikkonen. "I'm here to learn, and sometimes you learn the hard way. Before the accident though, I'd been having a really good time and we were pushing hard: in fact we were fastest on the first two split times. Then unfortunately we went off, this can happen when you're trying.

"It's good to be back as we need the experience and hopefully we can keep on pushing and set some quick times."

Raikkonen starts day two ninth on the road.

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