F1 » Raikkonen wins Abu Dhabi GP


Kimi Raikkonen takes first win of F1 return, while Sebastian Vettel denies Fernando Alonso the chance to overturn championship deficit...

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sokudo - Unregistered

November 05, 2012 2:03 AM

The Iceman was due a win wasn't he? Top job Kimi. Not just for getting this win but the whole season. I believe he's the only person to complete every single lap of the season with all but 1 points finish. He's looking a lot like finishing 3rd in the championship this year which is a testament to how damn good he really is. Well deserved victory and the entertainment via radio and podium was fun too.

arcuid

November 05, 2012 7:07 AM

Congrats to Kimi! I was yelling "GO KIMI!" my neighbors probably thought me mad. Nice to hear the Finnish national anthem. Alonso must be wondering what can he do to secure a title that may be slipping away from him. Vettel is one lucky boy (SC, midfield crashes from the others) but I do admit he did very well despite the penalty. Button said he was "surprised," by Vettel's move. Really? Bad luck for Lewis while leading...again! McLaren really suck!

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