Raikkonen has hit back at you 606ers who have questioned his motivation.
"What's happened has happened, there's no use crying about it"
"We'll go there next weekend (Spa). I love that circuit, I'd love to race there all year long.
"It's the best of them all and I hope to have a good car there. I'll do my best to win there once again."
"If anyone doubts my motivation they can be sure of this: I want to win, now more than ever."
"It does seem that the street circuits haven't been favourable to me. In four races I've only claimed one point, in Melbourne, in a race I didn't manage to finish because of an engine failure.
"Then there was the incident with (Adrian) Sutil in Monaco and Hamilton crashing into me at the exit to the pit lane in Montreal.
"And now the latest retirement in Valencia."
"The truth is in a couple of races (Hungary and Germany) I made some mistakes that relegated me to sixth place while in Valencia I missed out on third place by a hair's breadth,"