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Kimi Raikkonen admits his Alfa Romeo C38 has felt “very strange” in some corners, and hopes an upgrade will solve that at the French GP.
Antonio Giovinazzi may have beaten Kimi Raikkonen for the first time in Canada but overall it was a race to forget for the Alfa Romeo team.
Kimi Raikkonen was true to form back in the paddock after being knocked out of Q1 ahead of the Canadian Grand Prix.
Alfa Romeo have the bottle of champagne handed to Robert Kubica when he won the 2008 Canadian GP uncorked and on display at their Hinwil factory. Only they don’t, says Kubica.
Kimi Raikkonen believes there is “nothing major wrong” at Alfa Romeo, yet said in the same sentence that the team do “lack speed”.
Marcus Ericsson, who switched to IndyCars at the end of last season but remained Alfa Romeo’s reserve driver, is hoping to return to an F1 cockpit later this year.
Alfa Romeo “f**ked up” their Monaco Grand Prix weekend in Q2 with team boss Frederic Vasseur saying that is where they “lost something” in terms of pace.
Kimi Raikkonen conceded that Alfa Romeo simply weren’t quick enough after both cars missed out on the top 10 in qualifying for the Monaco GP.
Kimi Raikkonen has said that his decision regarding his future in Formula 1 will not be influenced by the 2021 regulation changes.
Kimi Raikkonen admitted that Alfa Romeo’s performance in FP1 and FP2 at the Monaco GP was a “better start than we expected”.
Ahead of his 300th grand prix entry, PlanetF1 takes a look at the reason why we all love Kimi Raikkonen.
Haas and Alfa Romeo have announced they will switch to the new Ferrari Spec Two engine for the Monaco Grand Prix.
Kimi Raikkonen isn’t fazed about hitting a F1 milestone in Monaco, rather he is “more interested” in the performance of his C38 and scoring points.
Yet to get off the mark this season, Antonio Giovinazzi admits he feels “so much pressure” to bag his first F1 points.
Kimi Raikkonen believes Alfa Romeo leave Barcelona “stronger than we were” before this week’s two-day test.
Callum Ilott reflected on a bittersweet day after a big crash brought his first test in Formula 1 machinery to an abrupt end in Spain.
Kimi Raikkonen says that the in-season test following the Spanish Grand Prix has come at the right time for Alfa Romeo.
Kimi Raikkonen insists that there are no issues with the Alfa Romeo despite his poor qualifying performance at the Spanish Grand Prix.
Alfa Romeo have tweaked their front wing following Kimi Raikkonen’s exclusion from qualifying for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
Alfa Romeo’s Antonio Giovinazzi joked that he may as well start race weekends from Saturday after his rotten free practice luck.
Ferrari’s customer teams Alfa Romeo and Haas have confirmed they won’t use the updated engine at the Spanish Grand Prix.
Kimi Raikkonen has said that he is not satisfied with Alfa Romeo’s start to the season and the team “need to do things better”.
Kimi Raikkonen suspected an issue with the Alfa Romeo’s front wing before he was ordered to start from the pit lane in Baku.
Antonio Giovinazzi will start Sunday’s Azerbaijan Grand Prix 10 places back from where he qualifies after taking his third control electronics.
Kimi Raikkonen has come out and defended his new team-mate Antonio Giovinazzi, saying he is being judged too early.
Kimi Raikkonen has declared F1 his “hobby” but team boss Frederic Vasseur says there’s no sign of that when he’s in the car.
Antonio Giovinazzi is reportedly facing a 10-place grid penalty at the Azerbaijan GP with Alfa Romeo expected to put new control electronics in his C38.
Antonio Giovinazzi will come good, he just needs time and patience according to Alfa Romeo team boss Frederic Vasseur.
After Antonio Giovinazzi’s engine issues in Shanghai, Ferrari are hoping Alfa Romeo switch to their updated control electronics for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
Alfa Romeo are relishing their time with Kimi Raikkonen with team manager Beat Zehnder saying the Finn “gives everything every time”.