F1 » Boullier: Silverstone won’t decide Kimi’s future

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Lotus are a competitive team, let's not forget who won the first race of the season and given Kimi a record number of consecutive points finishes. The main problem Redbull faces is that, do they want two top drivers in their team? We can already see relationship issues between Webber and Vettel, so I could only imagine the relationship between Vettel and Raikkonen. If Raikkonen can put out some good performances this season with Lotus, then there should be no reason for him to leave. I mean Redbull could offer him a lot more money than Lotus, but he has being through that before with his move to Ferrari. Quite frankly I think Kimi wouldn't put up with "no.1 driver" issues at Redbull. Redbull need a driver like Ricciardo who can perform well enough to get good points, but who can't out perform Vettel. I think a Vettel and Raikkonen team would be very much like a Senna and Prost team, we have seen what happens in F1 when you put two top drivers in the same garage and it doesn't end well

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