F1 » Lopez: Relationship with Raikkonen ‘good’

Lotus boss Gerard Lopez insists his relationship with Kimi Raikkonen remains good despite recent issues

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November 01, 2013 12:05 PM

Well it seems Lopez has realised that Kimi has helped them as much as Lotus helped Kimi. Without him, they would not be nowhere near 2 place.

Just throwing something out there, but I dont think Alain was only one who got hes head snapped off by Kimi... I to smell some very strong ass kissing here, especially when you reconsider the comment made by Lopez after Ferrari deal was anounsed.


November 01, 2013 1:54 PM
Last Edited 754 days ago

Hakkinen disappointed me with his patriotic declarations.
For Salo it's different as he doesn't deserve any attention.
I will always remember him chassing Webber's Minardi and then spin up like an idiot and nowadays, he comments things believing he has any credibility.
Wake up boy, you are nobody.


November 01, 2013 3:15 PM

I don't have to expose my life.
The point is that I dont have to do a thing to be able to criticize it.
I just think that a pig who did not overtake a Minardi with his Toyota should not minimize Grosjean's perf by saying that it is tricky to find sponsors.
I guess that Toyota didn't need sponsors in his era.


November 01, 2013 3:41 PM

Bit confused here.
What has Hakkinen got to do with it?
What has Salo got to do with it?
Who was the pig in the Toyota?
Who is a nobody?

btw, Toyota were well sponsored by Panasonic, amongst others.

This is about Lopez and Raikkonen. BFF it seems according to this. Matt2 can see the light....

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