F1 » Raikkonen fears Ferrari 'not quick enough' to keep third


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JJJ

October 06, 2009 2:42 PM

Ferrari might well come to regret letting Kimi go for FA in the future.

Anyway, I think Interlagos should suit Ferrari quite well, moreso than McLaren.

Abu Dabi will be a tough call.

blzbub

October 06, 2009 5:07 PM

The only decent thing about the F60 is the engine, something they will need in Brazil.
Unfortunately the McLaren has a pretty good donkey too.
If they lose out on third it wont be down to Kimi.

XHannahX

October 06, 2009 5:44 PM

yank- So it has!!! :D And posters called us mad, lol :p


I think that it's a straight fight between Kimi and Lewis now, for both 3rd place in the constructor's and for 5th in the driver's, 2 points split them in both and I can't see anyone else joining the fight. Actually...looking at the points I think atleast 1, if not both, could get infront of Webber for a fight for 4th. That could be something to watch! :)

Can't see Giancarlo or Heikki picking up very many, if any, points for their respective teams in the last couple of races. So, yea, battle of the 2010 teammates?

:D

andrewm

October 06, 2009 5:56 PM
Last Edited 1779 days ago

Conspirasy theory my ar....foot!

With only one driver up to speed in the Ferrari, they havn't got a chance. Again, McLaren will prosper by default as they have two drivers experienced in their car. Bit of a hollow third place with no competition if you ask me.

XHannahX

October 06, 2009 6:13 PM
Last Edited 1779 days ago

So it's got absolutly nothing to do with the fact that you're a huge Ferrari fan and don't like McLaren/Lewis? You're not just making up excuses in advanced incase McLaren/Lewis get ahead of Ferrari/Kimi? :-o

JJJ

October 06, 2009 7:14 PM

I would say Ferrari have basically 1,4 drivers compared to McLaren's 1,65. With Raikkonen and Hamilton both contributing '1'.

Concerning Fisi and Heikki, I'm dissappointed Fisi doesn't do better out of the box, although both Massa and Raikkonen didn't score any points for the first 2 races either with the F60. I also think Kimi is doing a great job with that car so Fisi has a hard job coming close to him.

But as for Heikki. He's really not doing enough at all. Even if his car is something like 2 tenths a lap slower than Lewis' car (IF) he's still miles off his pace. He does some good things here and there but he just doesn't seem to get any speed in that car and neither did he at Renault.

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