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Last time I checked, Kimi actually won 6 races in 2007, against Lewis and Alonso's 4 a-piece. So I don't know about all this 'luck' some people are talking about. As if he just showed up at the races and had the points given to him without deserving it. People should be praising his never-say-die attitude that year, instead of taking the easy road and describing him as a lucky driver. No one 'lucks' to an F1 title, so long as there are points available! Get over it!
And richard is right. Kimi so kept up the pressure, that Dennis made the wrong decisions in China and brought Lewis in 2 or 3 laps too late. His tires were already dead at that point and the whole world could see it. And his rookie chocked spectacularly in the final races, after Dennis' wrong decision to place all his team's hopes on his unprepared "greatest rookie of all time"!