F1 » Raikkonen linked with Ferrari return


German media report that Kimi Raikkonen has been offered a deal by Ferrari for the 2014 F1 season

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Jim Clausen

August 01, 2013 12:04 AM

Isn't F1 great? I love the intrigue almost as much as the racing. There isn't another motorsports series on the face of the earth that has as much speculation as F1.

The new turbo era may change the order of things, drastically. Picking a front runner for next season may be little more than a guessing game. Of course, Red Bull money and Adrian Newey will probably give RBR an advantage.

F1Prez

August 01, 2013 2:11 AM
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Hamilton only 3 weeks ago said he has a desire to race for ferrari one day...!!
Maybe not as silly as what some ppl think...

Also heard Alonso is pushing for a swap with Vettel to Ferrari, and he to RBR.

SILLY SEASON IS GOLD..! :-P

cknopp

August 01, 2013 4:23 AM

Kimi once said that he didn't care who his team mate was, as long as they were co-number 1 drivers. I think that Seb has publicly stated that he would welcome Kimi as a teammate, and would take a co-number one status.

Remember, we have yet to see Seb far enough behind a teammate to see how he would play in a support role. I truly think that if Webber or any other driver was in it with a shot at winning, and Seb was out of contention, that he would absolutely help his teammate. And that is what co-number 1 is about. Weight behind the one in contention.

BUGOY

August 01, 2013 4:36 AM

@ Dricer
In an interview Vettel said that he both respect FA & KR. But if he were to choose a team mate between the two he said he would rather have KR as his team mate.
But before that will happen we need to know as who will be Vettel's next team mate?

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