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Kimi Raikkonen: There's no point setting targets; we just need to keep working as hard as we can to score strong points and see what happens from there

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westy89 - Unregistered

October 20, 2012 10:41 AM

can't stand this guy he needs to wake up and smell the coffee if he thinks he can outscore vettel and alonso by 10-15points a race for the last 4 races... this is highly unlikely. but im guessin he don't give a shi--t what i think lmao:)

sokudo - Unregistered

October 20, 2012 10:46 AM

True optimism there and tbh he has a point. Comparative to the old points system, Kimi is less than 2 victories behind Vettel so theoretically it's possible. Granted, he would need both Seb and Alonso to have problems in most of the final races not to mention he would then need to win.

WeStY89 - Unregistered

October 20, 2012 10:54 AM

yess sokudo that is very true.. thats why its very unlikely. i cant see vettel and alonso failing at 2 of the 4 remaining races and even if they did raikkonen probably won't winn im not saying its impossible for him to win a race/championship but i for sure wont be putting any bets on him:) vettel or alonso for wdc..


October 20, 2012 11:01 AM

Whether he wins or not he will push, whether Lotus improves the car or not he will push. Get to the final race still with a chance and anthing can happen, the approach has got him further than three former world champions on the grid so far.

WeStY89 - Unregistered

October 20, 2012 11:06 AM

everyone on the grid will push everyrace thats what they are there to do. this guy is so arragant i personally don't like his stinking attitude towards the other drivers yeah he aint there to make mates but could at least have a little respect as they are in the highest class of driving there is.

munish - Unregistered

October 20, 2012 11:10 AM

@ WeStY89

did he not give enough respect to others?? Drivers can keep talking about giving respect in the end they crash each other outs. Kimi always leave room for others during wheel to wheel racing without forcing them wide, thats the biggest respect a driver can provide..or rather only kimi provides!! Superficial peoples always need assurance from words.

WeStY89 - Unregistered

October 20, 2012 11:15 AM

yeah for sure his a great driver i said nothing about his driving. i'm saying his ATTITUDE is what i dont like i dont expect everyone to agree but its my opinion and i will put it across. and kimi ain't the only driver that dont force people wide. look at paul di resta he just waves them by lol kimi is a good driver tho fair to say the least.

The Level - Unregistered

October 20, 2012 12:01 PM

The way Kimi has driven in a car that has been overall 4th best during the season and after a 2 year break clearly shows his class, the highest level of driving shown of all drivers in the last 10 years except Vettel lately. And all this without having to resort to politics and cheating, unlike some. Pure greatness.

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