F1 » 'One of my easiest wins', declares Raikkonen


Kimi Raikkonen certainly looked calm and confident as he headed to victory in Melbourne, but it was still a surprise when he declared it had been 'easy'

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Megalol - Unregistered

March 18, 2013 9:37 AM

Oh Bob! I see you climbed out of your cave. Keep on your hatred towards Lewis its a good laugh. Btw you failed with your predictions about Rosberg destroying Hamilton! LH clearly won the first battle against his teammate.

Andy - Unregistered

March 18, 2013 10:32 AM

@Bob

Why dont you vent your anger towards Vettel, he did loose 2 places from pole, Webber lost 4 place.... Angy is a Vettel fan not Hamilton.... typical someone attacks No GRIP... your response is to Attack Lewis whether they supprt Lewis or Not.... Dont worry Lewis would twitter his set up for Seipang...

Mojo Jojo

March 18, 2013 10:32 AM

"That's because its a lottery, Kimi. Where the best cars dont necessarily win, just the ones that make best use of Pirelli's intended specification."

But isn't the car that makes the best use of the tires the best car?

And isn't the driver that makes the best use of his equipment the best driver?

Where's the lottery there?

Understanding conditions and equipment is no accident.

bob - Unregistered

March 18, 2013 10:57 AM

@Megalol

Lewis clearly won the first battle against his team mate?

Really? Wow, maybe it's just me, but I thought Rosberg retired before the end of the race.

So, during the course of the weekend Hamilton was faster than Rosberg in 1 qualifying session - that's it!

Funny how when Button beats Hamilton over 3 years, you are all so quick to tell us that it doesn't count cause Hamilton had so many retirements. Now when Hamilton's team mate retires you tell us all that it's a victory for Hamilton.

Gotta love fanboy logic!

Megalol - Unregistered

March 18, 2013 12:18 PM

@bob

Gotta love retards logic!

He beat him at the only qualifying session which actually counts and he was also faster in the race until the retirement.

It doesnt matter too much lets wait for the end of the season but your prediction failed big time and that is a fact.

Megalol - Unregistered

March 18, 2013 12:18 PM

@bob

Gotta love retards logic!

He beat him at the only qualifying session which actually counts and he was also faster in the race until the retirement.

It doesnt matter too much lets wait for the end of the season but your prediction failed big time and that is a fact.

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