F1 » Salo: Raikkonen could fight for title in 2012

Former Ferrari, Sauber and Toyota ace Mika Salo has said Kimi Raikkonen's 'situation looks good'...

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Mark - Unregistered

April 28, 2012 7:07 PM

I think Lotus did great in the last race putting pressure on Red Bull, however I think if Merc and Mclaren were up there like they usually are it could have been a different story. But who knows, it would be great to see how Lotus get on against the Mclarens and mercs at the next race. It seems like every race one team shines more than the rest, and every race a couple of the teams seem to encounter problems.

Would be great if at some point all of the top teams were running in the top few positions and see if any can overtake.

jakari - Unregistered

April 28, 2012 11:48 PM

There is no doubt that Kimi is a proven top notch formula 1 driver. He has shown his ability driving cars that are competitive and those off the pace. With his experience he will no doubt challenge for the title and win several races .

jose - Unregistered

April 29, 2012 1:23 PM

Salo is just stating the obvious, courteous noise for the press.
I repeat. Just give Kimi a competitive car and let him do his
thing, good things will happen.

One thing I know for certain, I would Never call Uncle Bernie an "old Fool".
Anyone who knows Bernie would just laugh at that accusation.
Your Dog baby..

Badman, Jose

sharla82 - Unregistered

April 29, 2012 9:49 PM

I think Kimi's performances have supprised many people. If you think back to how his F1 career ended, with some poor performances & crashed in the Ferrari. How things change, back then Massa blizted him. Now Massa cant get a break !

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