Raikkonen, who is no stranger to fighting for race wins and battling at the sharp end of F1, insisted that because the racing is much closer in the series' midfield pack versus at the front, he is enjoying driving more compared to his time with Ferrari.
Other than his enjoyment of battling other cars, the 39-year-old said there is not much that has changed versus his time with the famous Scuderia.
"I think you see more exciting fights in quite a few races because the teams are in the middle bracket close to each other,” he told GPToday.
“At least there have been some catch-up actions this year - but overall, the side of working hasn't changed.
"I think the work itself is no different. Basically, I do the same things, it doesn't matter which team you're in.
“For racing, I think there were some good duels. If it's like in Monaco, then you are even stuck in front of someone, because despite some good duels it is not a good circuit for racing. I would not say that much has changed."