F1 » Raikkonen: Anything possible, just like in 2007

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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October 22, 2012 1:18 PM

No richy. But you will just have to accept that 2007 will be talked about for decades due to what took place mainly at Mclaren even the Sky and BBC pundits go on about it and i believe in years to come there will be a movie made made out of that season and ill bet you'll be the first to by the DVD.

What about David v Goliath as the title

rakesh - Unregistered

October 22, 2012 2:06 PM

so no one here saw f1 before 2007?
if anyone did they would know what kimi is capable of and also that mclaren/mercedes owe him atleast 2 WDCs.
this guy should have been 3 times champion by now if not for that stupid unreliable engine from mercedes.

mani - Unregistered

October 23, 2012 2:42 AM

Alonso inherited multiple wins from Kimi in 2005 due to driveshaft, hydraulic, suspension, engine failures etc while he was leading.

In 2003, FIA change the rules in mid season in favor of Ferrari, and kimi lose out by mere 2 points in the end in 3rd fastest car.

Kimi has the potential to be multiple wdc, but the luck is lacking throughout his career.

In 2007, Kimi often qualify with heavier fuel load than his teammate and still manage to win 6 races. The super rookie tag is overrated. Lmao, lewis even went for glory low fuel qualifying in Silverstone, and being hunted down by kimi with heavier car in the end. Lewis cant even enter the pit lane correctly, and ended up in gravel. Now you blame kimi for his own mistakes?? GO watch more races before comment lewis fanboy lmao

mani - Unregistered

October 23, 2012 2:49 AM

And unlike Kimi, Lewis was driving a silver version of ferrari mclaren hybrid with better reliability and speed than the F2007.

The mclaren camp also housed the fuel level and strategies of ferrari camp thanks to mike coughlan, and alonso was trading that secret via email.

The competition was nvr fair for Kimi in the first place, in the end he won it clean and fair.

Those resort to dirty tricks suffer badly, thats karma for you.

Bugoy - Unregistered

October 24, 2012 1:16 AM

Kimi just wants to keep his hopes up. for in the event that both vettel and alonso makes a mistake or any problems they encounter, he is there to capitalize. although chances that those things happening are slim.

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