F1 » Raikkonen 'dangerous' in title fight


Stefano Domenicali says Kimi Raikkonen is a danger in the title fight having moved up to third in the standings at Monza

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luvf1 - Unregistered

September 12, 2012 11:20 AM

if only lotus can match kimsters talent with that last bit of speed out of an obviously drivable car please sort this f duct out and get it on the car NOW faint heart never won fair ladies or wdcs

wanadoit - Unregistered

September 12, 2012 11:25 AM

Of course he's a danger at any race, the car needs more legs though. Some of his passes this year have mind blowing... a few more horses and we'll see more of it...good stuff, you've down well this first year back Kimi...

Liam48 - Unregistered

September 12, 2012 12:00 PM

As I've said all year, Hamilton won't be champion he lacks the maturity & mental strength to win the championship, I know he won it in 2008 but the field is a lot stronger now.

I think the best person to challenge Alonso is Raikkonen, Monza didn't suit the car, Singapore & the rest of the tracks that are coming up should suit Lotus s lot better as they can keep their tires in better shape during race distance & the heat will be higher which their car likes.

Raikkonen has been stealthy & I'm hoping he'll be champion this year.

Jay - Unregistered

September 12, 2012 12:24 PM

@Liam48

Tell what has this very tread got to do with Hamilton and you are so obsessed of him that if they were talking about a race from Osaka to Bogoto you would still have to mention Hamilton's name! Don't let it eat you away because Lewis doesn't know you!

Liam48 - Unregistered

September 12, 2012 12:36 PM

@Jay you're too predictable you can't have stop having a dig at someone when they don't support Hamilton.

Did you even read the thread? Domenicalli says that Hamilton is the main contender for the title to Alonso, that's why I mentioned it.

You clearly need to reasess yourself because over the past few days your Hamilton fanboyism has clearly gotten in the way of your thought process.

blublz

September 12, 2012 12:54 PM

Most of the drivers on track know they can race Kimi with the knowledge there is a pretty low chance of breaking there cars, he pushes to the limit but not often over it. If the Lotus can keep up and barring unfortunate incidents, he will definately be in the frame at the end,

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