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Kimi Raikkonen impresses Lotus bosses on his return to F1 machinery in Spain

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Claes - Unregistered

January 24, 2012 9:47 AM

Hi
Grey Goose? French Vodka:( No some good quality Finlandia and Red Bull will kick some
Good to have a Finn back, as the team say no BS just consit and straight fwd just like a real Finn
Good to see you back Kimi
CHeers Claes

Tiksop - Unregistered

January 24, 2012 9:50 AM

It's amazing how many F1 drivers never quite make it in WRC. I think the difference is the unpredictability of rallying. F1 is all practice practice practice, getting it right for the race. Rallying you can't do that so much, so you have to be a complete driver and read the conditions and drive accordingly.Mmmmmmm.

Just saying.....

Dave - Unregistered

January 24, 2012 10:35 AM

I doubt even the Raikkonen critics question his raw pace, provided he has the machinery under him. I think it would be fascinating if the new car is fast out of the box. I think the team would be more inclined to properly develop it through the year with a tier 1 driver like Kimi at the wheel, and as long as he avoids Massa/Halilton, he might have a good year (couldn't resist the last jab).

kwill - Unregistered

January 24, 2012 2:09 PM

I'm anxious to see the side-by-side between Kimi and his new stable mate. Kimi is indeed quick and will add a lot to the 2012 season. We've got some promising new blood, a couple of redemption cases (Williams, Ferrari, Shumi, Webber and Hami) and some rules refinements that should make that top 10 outright war all year - with Kimi right in the middle of it all.

jose - Unregistered

January 24, 2012 5:47 PM

Mr. Cool is looking to upset the top 8 positions on the grid.
Now if Mr. Boullier just don't say or do something stupid.
Just respect the champ, let Kimi do his thing, NO BS, good
things will happen.

Jose

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