In Austria, many were surprised when the Italian team opted to let Raikkonen stay ahead of Sebastian Vettel.
Raikkonen responded when an emphatic "no" when asked if he was surprised at retaining second, and expanded, commenting: "We've always said that we have very clear rules and that's what we go by since I've been in this team".
"It's only from all you have that you make a big story out of this".
Finishing in the top 10 were Romain Grosjean of Haas Ferrari (4), Kevin Magnussen of Haas Ferrari (5), Esteban Ocon of Force India Mercedes (6), Sergio Perez of Force India Mercedes (7), Fernando Alonso of McLaren Renault (8), Charles Leclerc of Sauber Ferrari (9) and Marcus Ericsson of Sauber Ferrari (10).
"From previous experience in practice sessions, I know it can happen".
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"We'll see whether I continue with Ferrari or not".
Hamilton is a point behind in leader Vettel in the title race but is seeking a record sixth British GP win on Sunday. He has yet to win a race compared to his teammate's three victories.
"Certainly Kimi is a world champion and he won many races for us".
"We have got a bit of work on to make sure we are not taking undue risks with parts which might have had some consequential damage when the auto was shut down".
"It may happen sometimes but you can not expect it to happen to the others because it has happened to you. Apart from that it hasn't been too bad and we try to keep it up and do the best we can and, hopefully, keep scoring good points".