F1 » Raikkonen: I'll only stay in F1 if I can fight for title


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backwhereIbelong - Unregistered

October 01, 2009 11:30 AM

Hope he stays and has a fighting chance at the title.
Hard to beat a 'happy' Raikkonen. When h eis on it he is as good as anyone else.

Ferrari really done him over...not updating the car and then giving his seat to alonso.

consuela - Unregistered

October 01, 2009 11:42 AM

Lulu's gonna have a hard time keeping up with the champ, both in racing and partying)))
Guess he'd like Anthony in the second car) Or, probably, a pussy...cat???)

JT2

October 01, 2009 11:51 AM

Ferrai relying a lot on a 100% return to form from Massa. If he does not cut it then its Alonso and Fisi ?

Kimi must be furious. Hold off on all updates for this car only to have the 2010 car taking and given to Alonso and he gets the door.

Wouldnt be suprised if he walks off into the sunset with his payoff.

Be a shame if he goes. Someone give him a decent car.

lee - Unregistered

October 01, 2009 11:53 AM

i did feel sorry for kimi being ousted the way he has been but then to make comments like i'm only interested if i get car capable of winning the title is a tad childish i'm sure every driver on the grid wants a title winning car and must find motivation hard when they know thier battling for the scraps this yet again demonstrates kimi's less than positive approach to developing a car and says he just wants to turn up,win and go home.

Oli - Unregistered

October 01, 2009 11:56 AM

I don't see why any top team would want him now.

There's no doubt that when he is on form Kimi is every bit as good as anyone else. But he seems downbeat and unmotivated.

Kimi has been in either a McLaren or a Ferrari for 8 seasons and taken just 18 wins and a world title he lucked into. Hamilton has 11 wins from 3 seasons and could've easily been a double champ by now.

Lewis always looks like he is driving at 110%, always pushing. Kimi by contrast has spent the last 18months looking like he couldn't care less.

He's hardly sounding like Mr Motivated in this press release is he? Okay, he's a better option that Heikki, but if I were in charge of McLaren I'd much rather have Nico.

richard

October 01, 2009 12:01 PM

kimi had a chance to for the title last year, but lost interest.so having a competitive car seems not to be important to him. what happens if he goes to mclaren, and they bomb like this year? will he look elsewhere?

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