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    Quote Originally Posted by Mia 01 View Post
    The top management in Ferrari Thinks only Hamilton is better than Kimi (I donīt agree). Hamilton is only free at the end of 2018.

    With the new regulation, next year it could be Kimis year.
    I don't agree either with Ferrari management either. Most of the drivers on the grid are better than Kimi, including Hamilton.

    Keep dreaming about it being Kimi's year but, remember, it's only a dream.

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    It was kind of you to remind me.

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    Again, once Moore Iīm lifting this thread (I hope I will do this for many years to come). A very happy day for me and Kimis other fans!!!

    2018, yes yes yes!!

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    Once again Ferrari retain their slow number two driver. No surprise!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Black Knight View Post
    Once again Ferrari retain their slow number two driver. No surprise!

    A bit harsh that BK. The Ferrari just doesn't suit his driving style that's all. Everyone knows the iceman would be leading the WDC by a huge margin right now if he was in a Merc.. pffff... Lewis wouldn't even get a sniff!
    The emergence of the new 'Rainmaster' - Mad Max at Interlagos 2016!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Black Knight View Post
    Once again Ferrari retain their slow number two driver. No surprise!
    I wouldn't call a diver who can get on pole in Monaco a slow driver. And he has had some good performances besides that. Ok not delivered as well as Vettel, but slow...

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    Good for Kimi. Feel sad for Grosjean though. Doubt he'll ever get a real shot at a top team now.

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    On Saturday Kimi showed at least part of the reason why Ferrari re-signed him... after making an error on his own qualifying lap, he had the presence of mind to slow down and give Vettel a tow into P2.

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    Raikkonen reminds me of watching Alan Jones race Touring cars, when I was a kid. I couldn't quite get how this guy was an F1 champ?

    Then I was told by older Australian motorsport fans that AJ didn't really care and racing gave him something to do.

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    I wouldn't call a diver who can get on pole in Monaco a slow driver. And he has had some good performances besides that. Ok not delivered as well as Vettel, but slow...
    Schumacher was fastest qualifier in 12. He was mediocre at MB. So maybe pole at Monaco is no big deal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by journeyman racer View Post
    Raikkonen reminds me of watching Alan Jones race Touring cars, when I was a kid. I couldn't quite get how this guy was an F1 champ?

    Then I was told by older Australian motorsport fans that AJ didn't really care and racing gave him something to do.



    Schumacher was fastest qualifier in 12. He was mediocre at MB. So maybe pole at Monaco is no big deal?
    Sure it does and he did a great job in Monaco qualifying but it's no use doing that once a year, or in his case, once a decade. With the car he has had over the last couple of years he should have at least won 2-3 grand prix. There is no hiding the fact that he is very much mediocre and, probably one of the most inconsistent and slowest in the field right now.
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