F1 » 'Quick Nick': Speedy but silent, F1's quiet man

Ten years ago, McLaren's decision to promote Kimi Raikkonen over him consigned Nick Heidfeld to a career of 'might-have-beens' - but now he has his chance to gain his revenge...

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Max Smoot - Unregistered

February 18, 2011 1:52 PM

Interesting that all this support for Heidfeld has finally emerged, as if many of us were just waiting for this guy to get a legitimate chance to show his stuff in a promising car instead of the trash that he's been dealt up to now. It will be an enormously popular victory if he can finally pull it off in a field that includes five world champions.The emotional component of the underdog getting a shot at the prize is too much to resist for anyone with a heart in this foolish game of grand prix racing.

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