WRC » OFFICIAL: Raikkonen inks Citroen WRC deal


Kimi Raikkonen to compete in the 2010 World Rally Championship as part of the Citroen Junior Team

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tonysenna - Unregistered

December 04, 2009 8:47 AM

Great to hear. I am a fan of his driving skill but I wonder how he will go in relation to input on car set up. Hope he shows more interest in this car than he was reputed to show in F1. I guess in rally you are forced to have a lot of input as you set things different for every stage?

tonysenna - Unregistered

December 04, 2009 8:47 AM

Great to hear. I am a fan of his driving skill but I wonder how he will go in relation to input on car set up. Hope he shows more interest in this car than he was reputed to show in F1. I guess in rally you are forced to have a lot of input as you set things different for every stage?

stumacher

December 04, 2009 9:15 AM

I think he'll do well unless he goes and wins it, then he'll lose interest. It's a testosterone thing. A man always needs a new challenge, be it another woman or another championship. He knew he couldn't surpass Schumacher's record, so why bother with F1? He'll gain a lot of respect if he does well in rallying. Good luck to him.

djg - Unregistered

December 04, 2009 11:32 AM

Great for rally but very sad for New Zealand. We down under were never going to see him in an F1 car and now that he is in rally, our only chance to see him, he is not competing as the team doesn't do this round.

Shame on you Citroen junior team for not showing NZ the talent of Kimi

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