F1 » Raikkonen admits ‘seconds and thirds’ not enough


Kimi Raikkonen says that he needs to start winning again if he is to stop Sebastian Vettel claiming another F1 title.

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frontbrake

July 29, 2013 5:37 PM

From what i have seen this season i have no doubt that
Kimi , if he moved to Red Bull, would get plenty of seconds and thirds but would find that Vettel will have the top stept.
Red Bull see Kimi as a driver who can assist in fighting for the constructers title while Vettel goes after the drivers championship.

Frana82

July 29, 2013 7:36 PM

Anyone can see that Raikonnen (or any other top driver) would wipe the floor with Vettel in the same car.

Red bull are 70 points ahead in constructors lotus are 4th Red bullclearly have the best car ? And comparing Grosjean and Raikonnen is laughable, Grosjean is nowhere near as good as kimi-if he was where is his world championship and why is he nearly 90 points behind kimi! 90!

tomcol

July 29, 2013 9:49 PM

Beg to differ - Its Vettel himself that makes the difference, not the car. Hes consistent throughout qualifying and the race too. Put him in any of the other top 3 or 4 cars and he would be the same driver, scoring points and wins. Everyone bangs on about Alonso and Hamilton and Raikonnen etc but history will show Vettel as the more successful of his generation.

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