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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Thepian

August 01, 2013 9:18 AM

Hulk should definitely be considered for Ferrari drive. The talent is there. What if Seb and Ferdi switch places? 2014 line up: Seb and Hulk- Ferrari, Kimi and Ferdi- Red bull, Lewis and Nico same.

Objective

August 01, 2013 9:48 AM

Silly season nonsense. Kimi will either stay at Lotus or move to RBR. I'm tipping him to stay with Lotus if they can sort out their finances.

There is no way Vettel would accept Alonso as a team mate. The only way Alonso could get a drive with RBR is if he replaced Vettel.

Skinnydave

August 01, 2013 9:51 AM

This is getting interesting but I would be wanting a seat at Mercedes over next few years as I think they are gearing up for a dominant period!
I think Kimi will go to Red Bull and there may be two seats spare at Lotus if RG doesn't sort himself out

benignlyindifferent

August 01, 2013 5:32 PM

Marc Surer says that if Alonso goes to RB, and Kimi to Ferrari, Kimi is champion due to the fighting at RB. He could be correct. I really do not see these moves occurring, however, would it not totally P*** Alonso off if he joined Red Bull only to have Mercedes emerge as the powerhouse for the next few years? That is a very real possibility based on their development this season and then would he be wanting to join (dare I say) Lewis at the silver team? Just musing and do not see any of this happening, but that is what the summer break is for.

csmith

August 02, 2013 6:42 AM

I totally see this as inputs from James Allison who will join Ferrari as chassis director. He would have told ferrari about his work with Kimi at Lotus over past 18 months and would have highly recommended him. That is the only way i can connect the dots. of course kimi's results speak for himself.

F1Rules

August 02, 2013 11:12 AM

Wow.....fascinating!

No one is talking about Webber anymore. Not on the forums and not even for this year's WDC - even though he's driving a RBR. (When will his KERS issues ever end). And is this the nature of the slippery slope on the way down the ladder of motorsport? I get the feeling Massa is joining him on that trajectory.....while the likes of Ricciardo and Bianchi are on their way up.

Sport...sport...sport for you....

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