F1 » Raikkonen: Win 'nothing to jump around about'


Kimi Raikkonen appeared decidedly underwhelmed by his first grand prix success since 2009, despite having returned the Lotus team to the top step of the podium and beaten title contenders Fernando Alonso and Sebastian Vettel in Abu Dhabi.

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Indy2007 - Unregistered

November 05, 2012 6:08 PM

Nothing biased about your post then!

Fastest man did win. Hamilton's fate was a bit like his career over recent years. Quick but no cigar. A reflection of both him and McLaren.

The language was inappropriate rather than disgusting.

Posted by Smokin - Unregistered (23
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ME BIASED? Smokin ill have you know i predicted that Vettel in the RB8 would run down Button and maybe Alonso on the thread that broke Vettels news regards his disqualification from quali which richard said was not cheating, but the incident in Barca was lol.

So you see i just tell it as it is with impartiality although i do tend to agree with the likes of Brundle and Lauda regards Lewis, i think words were mentioned like "when he is at his best he is the best" or "Mercedes have signed the best driver in F1". All i can do is :) when i here credible comments like that from past drivers.

As for the language i supose we must allow Kimi his little outburst considering that wa

Elias - Unregistered

November 05, 2012 8:17 PM

I believe Kimi race just for himself, and is very good at that, a fast cold hearted race driver! Obviously is a different character, that is what makes him unique, not everybody express joy in the same way, jumping and screeming. Besides, his nickname is "Iceman" for something, no?

Jim Clausen

November 05, 2012 8:25 PM

My porridge is too hot! My porridge is too cold! I swear, some of you would bitch if you were hung with a new rope. Kimi is Kimi. Seb is Seb. Two totally different personalities who happen to both be F1 pilots. Very good F1 pilots, I might add.

BK-201 - Unregistered

November 05, 2012 8:28 PM

Circular arguments are the only sort you see about most drivers.

Why doesn't Hamilton win more often? "Because he doesn't have the fastest car!"

How do we know he doesn't have the fastest car? "Because if he did he'd win more often!"

Why does Vettel win a lot? "Because he has the fastest car!"

How do you know he has the fastest car? "Because he wins a lot!"

Why did Senna win a lot of races? "Because he was a great driver!"

How do you know he was a great driver? "Because he won a lot of races!"

Jose - Unregistered

November 05, 2012 8:52 PM

Kimi is Kimi, no more need be said...Cool

.On the other hand..
Up on the Planet of Taipan...........ooops Off topic, old age
or I just got carried away..
click Jose 's delete counter, please..

Old, Jose

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