F1 » Lotus: Raikkonen can't do Rally Finland


Lotus says Kimi Raikkonen's contract forbids him from doing his home round of the WRC this summer

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Porker - Unregistered

May 26, 2012 12:20 PM

Well Mcliaran wouldnt give looser a try at Nascar either? So we want to see and keep the Talent of Kimi in F1, he could end up (by miss fortune) in the same state as Robert Kubica? But it would be ok to see Looser give Nascar a try, LoL. Wouldnt want to see Looser rallying either, might destroy the forests! Ha ha.

empower - Unregistered

May 26, 2012 2:26 PM

this team wont make the same mistake twice. i have no sympathy for kubica what so. all those people that helped him to get f1 and he goes rallying to sharpen up fool. its like moto gp riders doing moto cross crazy.

blublz

May 26, 2012 3:13 PM

People will be looking for signs of strain between the team and Kimi, who apparently suffered a slight injury playing football before the Mugello test, I think they should let him do it, but understand why they are against the idea

Your comment shows how much you know about RK. Kimi is a great driver, but had many more offs then Kubica, who was simply unlucky to have his in this damn place, where barrier was never going to do it's job due to negligence of road workers.

Zedd

May 26, 2012 8:14 PM

It's in his contract that he doesn't do anything like rallying or jet-skiing so he's already agreed not to. But that doesn't stop him from saying that he'd be interested in doing it, it's just that he can't.

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