F1 » Boullier: Why would Kimi want to go to Ferrari?


Lotus team boss Eric Boullier sees no reason why Kimi Raikkonen would want to swap Enstone for Maranello next season.

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Bradenws

August 03, 2012 9:27 AM

Honestly, I didn't really believe the Ferrari rumors last time around, but it's more to do with my confidence in Kimi being able to stick around and win a WDC with McLaren than anything else. However, Kimi has shown me that he knows how to pick the right team (quite a luxury in this driver market), and will do so this time around. I don't really care where he is, I just want another championship out of him.

NutBallRacer

August 03, 2012 1:46 PM
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Boulliier always manages to say something insulting. You think Raikkonen cares who his teammate is? Do you really think the idea of a teammate that is easy to beat is attractive to a driver who holds himself as one of the best (and rightfully so in this case). Boullier's statement is an insult to Grosjean, too. Grosjean has made a few little mistakes here and there, but has been quite a solid performer this year -- nothing wrong with his speed.

Dylan - Unregistered

August 03, 2012 2:39 PM

maybe because they would pay him more than what you are paying?! Kimi is the first Ferrari driver that would go in history as having a bad end with the team if he doesn't race with them again.

Barrie Williams - Unregistered

August 03, 2012 4:09 PM

Dear Crash, Am I being a bit thick or what?

You say....

The Finn currently lies fifth in the standings - having, ironically, dropped a place after being passed by Budapest winner Lewis Hamilton ....

I just don't see the irony in that.

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