F1 » Raikkonen would defy boycott as Ecclestone warns of sanctions


Kimi Raikkonen intends to race at the German Grand Prix whether or not his rivals are forced to boycott the event on safety grounds.

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July 06, 2013 12:41 PM

That part of the problem is MR F1 it's a fact.
But as I said the other day, not as long as MR F1 is around.
“the reason why (the tyres) exploded was that the teams were using them wrong”, also Pirelli declared that the tyres were up to FIA specifications and that the tyres were not unsafe for the drivers to use, so I will ask again, WHY WAS THE CHANGE FORCED ON THE FIA AND SOME OF THE TEAMS?.

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