Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen believes there will be very little to choose between McLaren and Ferrari at the Japanese Grand Prix in Fuji.
Raikkonen was quickest in the first of Friday's two practice sessions ahead of Sunday's race but McLaren's world championship leader Lewis Hamilton was fastest after lunch.
“A good morning followed by a slightly more complicated afternoon. It is quite difficult to find the best set-up on this track, especially for the final sector,” said Raikkonen.
“Obviously, it is very early to say where we are compared to our main rivals. But in any case, I think it will be a very close fight,” Raikonnen added.