Maybe it's all those $150 million prancing bucks burning a hole in his (fireproof?) jumpsuit. It's no secret Kimi Raikkonen has been performing below his pay grade this season, but could scuderia boss Jean Todt be so quick to melt the Iceman's contract? Yep, says Auto Bild. According to a report, Ferrari's already looking for a new driver to replace the former McLarenite, who's been lagging behind teammate Felipe Massa. Earlier this year, the message from Todt was clear: whichever of the two drivers led in points would take over the retired Michael Schumacher's A seat. But could Schuey make a comeback? Maybe, says Autobild, though Raikkonen's suit could just as easily be filled by Fernando Alonso or Nico Rosberg. The money is there, now where's the talent?
Did He or Didn't He: Only Kimi Knows for Sure [internal]