F1 » Boullier confident over Raikkonen

Eric Boullier again insists that Lotus is confident of keeping hold of Kimi Raikkonen for 2014

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August 26, 2013 4:34 PM

planning to run their 'device' but didnt, also planned to introduce a longer wheelbase chassis but didnt. and to finish they claimed (to the public) that the brakes were ok. luckily for the wcc mclaren are quite a long way back but button finishing ahead of grosjean should raise some eybrows.


August 26, 2013 11:41 PM

I just read on 2 other sites that the rumor at Spa late Sunday afternoon is the that Alonso is poised to bring his Santander backing to Lotus. Buying out Kimi's seat once, at Ferrari, doesn't seem to be often enough. It must be nice to be a pay driver. Does Kimi then go to Ferrari?


August 27, 2013 7:27 AM

Another article read that Kimi told his friends he will be wearing red again in 2014. So look like a Ferrari return.

Alonso will want to go to Lotus. Like I said before. Alonso want to go back to lotus( Renault)


August 27, 2013 10:53 AM

bugoy. the pain is normally a few days out with his comments! as regards what kimi said at his vodka party, maybe it was" I will be wearing red.........(plonk as he falls on floor)" and what he was really saying was that he would be "wearing red bull overalls next year"???????????


August 27, 2013 11:50 AM

LOL. That's a funny comment Richard.

KR is one hot item at the paddock this year. and who wouldn't be? with a 27 race scoring streak, those points would put anybody's team at the F1 map. one of the most reliable driver on the market. and if it weren't for KR, lotus will be languishing near the bottom of the standings last year and this year.

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