F1 » Same questions, different team for Raikkonen


With Red Bull full, attention turns to Kimi Raikkonen's chances of joining Ferrari next season.

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130R

September 07, 2013 4:53 AM
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I would agree.

I didn't think he would ever consider Ferrari, again. But all that bygones be bygones stuff ... plus never having to consider if he is getting paid on time ... and a team that has very deep pockets .... man, that apple must look just juicy right about now.

Robert Kubica back to Lotus as a result.

superdowg316

September 07, 2013 6:53 AM

130R, sadly, I don't think that's going to happen...yet.

His hand from what I can gather has still not recovered enough to race F1, or any single seater, at the moment. Would love for that to happen though.

benignlyindifferent

September 07, 2013 12:42 PM

Again, if you get the chance to watch the video interview of Stefano Domenicali please do. What he says and the way he says it suggests to me a deal may be done to be announced post-Monza. They would not fire Massa on this weekend and both Ferrari and Kimi are going out of their way to say that the past is the past. When asked if they would consider Kimi, he smugly replies, "why not?"

joat

September 07, 2013 1:41 PM

Im tired of the usual excuses "We'll see what happens..." Ricciardo was already signed to RedBull Racing when everyone was asking who would have the seat.. The first we really knew was when Webber himself said it in so many words 'Its good for Australia' etc. Its a fair bet Raikkonen is already signed to Ferrari even if he didnt leave them on good terms last time.

Pauli

September 07, 2013 2:34 PM

What happened at the end of 2009 was a business decision by Ferrari. Kimi is reported to have signed the Ferrari contract at the end of July. Alonso's reaction at the time was a pretty good confirmation of it. Ferrari's denials of the rumors have mellowed a bit and the announcement of Kimi's 2+1years contract could come pretty soon.

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