Kimi Raikkonen says he hasn't yet decided when he will retire from F1, but says he won't drive for another team after Ferrari.
At the British Grand Prix, Raikkonen said he was likely to retire from F1 at the end of his current Ferrari contract
, which expires at the end of 2015. However, while he maintains that Ferrari will be the team with which he ends his career, Raikkonen says he has not yet decided when he will step away from the sport.
“I'm not a young guy anymore so obviously I want to do something more in my life than just Formula One,” Raikkonen told CNN
's 'The Circuit'. “But I have no plans, I will finish my career at Ferrari, we'll see in the future.”
When reminded about his quotes at Silverstone, Raikkonen replied: “No I never said that.
“The only thing that I said was that I will finish my career in Ferrari, F1 career in Ferrari, then people came up with 'it's end of this year, it's now, it's then'. With newspapers they just try to make rumours, wanting to be the guy that writes something up, it's just rumours.”