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Kimi Raikkonen doesn't rule out returning to Ferrari in the future

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Terminator - Unregistered

July 30, 2012 8:13 AM

He just pities the people who are spreading the rumours linking the whole world to Ferrari and wants them to provide such links for some more time.
He is staying at Lotus.

Nick Schertzinger - Unregistered

July 30, 2012 8:24 AM

I would think his days are done at Ferrari and that he is still in contract with the Dark knights. Although who can really do other than speculate. I dont see him wanting to go to Mcliaran, and being number two driver, to Looser and I wouldnt see them wanting him, for example.

I see Kimi as a good charactor (hilarious) but difficult to get along with as a team mate.

Tards - Unregistered

July 30, 2012 8:41 AM

Why on earth would Kimi want to be Number 2 at Ferrari just so he can be used as a test bed and roadblock or battering ram to make alonslow look good ?

Even Red Bull give both drivers a fair chance, only Ferrari cheat like this.

Any drivers title won by Ferrari is flawed, of little value due to their cheating, yes, even the one Kimi got handed to him by the FIA... why would he go there again, this time just to help out the nasty vain deluded little narcissist.


July 30, 2012 8:50 AM

Almost everyone who has ever worked with Kimi says he is an excellent test and development driver, works very hard, and is always fast. His negative reputation is largely unfounded, and is based on his distaste for media work etc.
After all, McLaren definitely wanted him back, Lotus is thrilled with his performance, and Ferrari clearly seem interested, and these people seem to know what they are doing. I think it would work this time as Ferrari now have their chosen one, Alonso, and he will dictate much of the focus. Kimi would care less who his teammate is, and could focus on racing.
And, should he really have no interest in Ferrari, the rumour certainly helps his cause when negotiating with Lotus.

jose - Unregistered

July 30, 2012 12:15 PM

More noise from the F1 rumor mill. Silly speculation.. I might say the same for Massa
beaning replaced. Now that might happen,
but not until seasons end. Even using 'Tiapan'
logic I can't see Kimi playing second fiddle
to anyone, much less to Alonzo. He has a winning
car and a wonderful teammate. Even if Kimi decided to change teams I can't see him doing a another
dance wit the devil in red..Nuts!



July 30, 2012 12:54 PM

Ferrari said that Kimi had a hard time communicating with the team. That Alonso spent more time at the Ferrari HQ in one week than Kimi did the entire time he had a contract. I don't see anyone at Ferrari wanting Kimi back. Nor do i see Kimi wanting to go back to a place that paid him to get the heck out.

Silent observer - Unregistered

July 30, 2012 2:43 PM


They will want him for his speed and attacking style. You forget that Ferrari do not get sentimental about these decisions. They forgive and forget, plus they manage their drivers better than most teams. I bet you were surprised they hired Alonso, after you regularly accused him of "lacking morals and massaging the Ferrari manual" :rolleyes

It's more like a family situation there - and if Kimi retains his motivation and dynamism on track, it would make a formidable partnership for the WCC.

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