F1 » Raikkonen doesn't miss F1, admits WRC more of a challenge


Former F1 World Champion-turned rallying convert Kimi Raikkonen admits that he doesn't miss the top flight at all following his official WRC bow for Citroën on Rally Sweden at the weekend - revealing that he already feels far more at home in his new, friendlier and more challenging environment

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sas - Unregistered

February 16, 2010 1:36 PM

Come on, they are issues unsolved with Ferrari and Alonso. He is right to be disappointed with f1 comparing his races with Alonso. For instance, Singapore this year where was given a podium to Alonso(and i'm not talking of last year). Nurburing, where all the people had the strange strategic decision to make the pit stops and exit in front of Kimi,regarding the final result. Silverstone, when once again, N.Piquet let is fellow in the team to pass him, and so on. I think i couldn't go to Algarve this year, to see the Portuguese Rally, but i will watching it in the TV.

arcuid

February 16, 2010 5:10 PM
Last Edited 1606 days ago

Not a bad deal Taz. :) Sounds like the WRC atmosphere is friendlier and relaxed from the elitist corporate world of F1. Perhaps that is what Kimi needs and wants right now.

Joyce Coffey - Unregistered

February 16, 2010 5:23 PM

Congrats to Kimi. He is doing something that challenges him and is making him happy. I hope that next season he will return to f1. Will follow his career in rally also. Good luck!

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