Kimi Raikkonen is one of the most innately talented drivers in racing history. He is also a mumbling rich boy weirdo. A new holiday video including him captures both of these qualities, and demands a techno remix.
Williams Formula One driver Valtteri Bottas cut across into a turn in Russia and was knocked out of position by Ferrari’s Kimi Räikkönen. While Kimi received a 30 second penalty for that, the incident cost Bottas a solid top ten finish in Russia. Now it’s Bottas’ turn to take the inside line and knock Räikkönen out of…
I’m talking, of course, about the humble taco. Putting delicious edibles in an easy to hold tortilla is clearly the pinnacle of human invention. Mexican Ferrari test driver Esteban Gutiérrez sat down to teach his teammates key facts about his country (such as “tacos rule”) ahead of the Mexican Grand Prix.
Thanks to a penalty issued to Kimi Raikkonen in the Russian Grand Prix, Mercedes doesn’t have to put off their celebration of the Formula One constructors’ title for another handful of weeks.
Why, Kimi, why? You started in second! Second! Place! The hopes and dreams of Tifosi everywhere for a win at their home Italian Grand Prix now rest solely with Sebastian Vettel and/or the potential for mechanical gremlins in Hamilton’s new power unit. Why did you stall? Why? Whyyyyy?!
What, you thought you had the whole Formula One grid figured out for 2016? Bottas to Ferrari, Räikkönen to artisanal cheesemaking, Hülkenberg to Williams, Cow to Pasture, etc., etc.? Ha! Think again, mi amigo. No rumor is sacred now, as Scuderia Ferrari is keeping the Kimster.
According to Autoweek, Ferrari’s likely plan of action is that they’re going to sit on Formula One driver Kimi Räikkönen’s contract over the break, thus allowing their option to renew it for 2016 to expire. Where, then, could Kimi go?
Kimi Raikkönen is almost as excited about the upcoming Hungarian Grand Prix as I am, which might as well be his last one here in an F1 car since Ferrari is rumored to sign Valtteri Bottas this weekend for the next season.
Today was National Ice Cream Day, and there was no Formula One racing all day. When the racing stops, that’s the perfect time to get an ice cream—as driver Kimi Räikkönen did during a red flagged race at the 2009 Malaysian Grand Prix.
Everything is perfect about this video. Lord March’s paintings, the part that reveals how Kimi Räikkönen is not quite sure just what the hell he drove up the hill and of course the closing line with the toilet, in true Kimi fashion.
This isn’t the ideal way to catch up with your former teammate at Ferrari, Fernando. Fernando Alonso’s McLaren caught up to Kimi Räikkönen’s Ferrari from behind, ultimately sending him over Räikkönen’s cockpit as both cars lost control and went into the barriers.
Just kidding! Ferrari’s Kimi Räikkönen asked where the blue flags were as he picked his way through backmarkers in his best Kimi-ese, earning him a nice bleep from the television censors.
The real battle at the Formula One Bahrain Grand Prix wasn’t for first per se, although if you ask Kimi Räikkönen, he could have made it happen if he had been given more time. No, it was for the rest of the podium. Here’s the flub and subsequent pass that gave Räikkönen second place over Nico Rosberg.
Formula One fans were abuzz this morning with rumors that Kimi Räikkönen lost his passport. Oh my gosh! Will Kimi miss Free Practice 1? Given the speed at which another one appeared in his hand, we're guessing he just got stuck on a later flight than his teammate. What could be the hold-up? Let's take a look.
For some reason unbeknownst to non-marketing mankind, this photo of Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Räikkönen sharing a Fiat 500X is the top news story on Scuderia Ferrari's website right now. Ferrari claims that heavy snow has given its drivers the change to have fun in the car, but I don't see evidence of snow or fun.
Lotus F1 just paid Finnish former F1 world champion Kimi Räikkönen. Lotus was so late in their payment that Kimi hasn't actually driven for them in over a year.
While in Abu Dhabi, Ferrari unleashed their two 2014 season drivers, Fernando Alonso and Kimi Räikkönen, on Ferrari World's Formula Rossa roller coaster. This may be the world's fastest roller coaster, but Kimi is not impressed.
German half-robot, half-man Sebastian Vettel isn't just F1's youngest champion; he's the sport's youngest quadruple champion. And he just (officially) signed with Ferrari.