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Renault willing to meet with Raikkonen

Renault team principal Eric Boullier wants to meet face-to-face with Kimi Raikkonen to get a better understanding of how keen the Finn is to return to Formula 1, as the French manufacturer teams continues evaluating slotting him in alongside Robert Kubica in 2011.

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