Kimi Raikkonen insists that F1 drivers don't have a problem with paying a superlicence fee - but they are objecting to the cost.
This year's Championship once again sees an increase in the drivers' superlicence fees.
Two years ago a licence cost 1,690 Euros. This season, however, the drivers are being asked to fork out 10,400 Euros. In addition to that they also may extra for every point scored in the previous year's Championship.
"Everyone is more or less happy to pay the license, it's just that the price should be reasonable," the Ferrari driver told Corriere della Sera.
"This is the only problem, nobody wants to quarrel with anyone."