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Kimi Raikkonen said he will not miss that rush of adrenaline from a Formula 1 car once he retires at the end of the 2021 season.
Kimi Raikkonen gave a withering assessment of his day in qualifying, saying “a lot of small things went completely wrong” at Alfa Romeo.
Kimi Raikkonen cannot seem to shake his long-running problem in how his drinking system works in his cars, and that was on show again for Alfa Romeo.
Due to the fact he would have to travel so much, Kimi Raikkonen is not interested in becoming a team advisor after retiring.
Kimi Raikkonen is no stranger to rallying, but those skills did not come in to play at all despite late rain at the Russian Grand Prix.
Alfa Romeo’s Antonio Giovinazzi enjoyed/endured a very quiet Russian Grand Prix since his radio failed from the opening lap.
Kimi Raikkonen says Alfa Romeo showed a lot of potential while he was sidelined, and is aiming to convert that into strong results.
Jost Capito has explained why he was having dinner with Kimi Raikkonen at Zandvoort – the evening before the Finn tested positive for COVID-19.
Kimi Raikkonen has confirmed he will be back in action at the Russian Grand Prix weekend from September 24-26.
David Coulthard has offered his recollections of being team-mates with Kimi Raikkonen as the countdown continues to the veteran’s retirement.
Kimi Raikkonen has been ruled out of a second consecutive race, the Italian Grand Prix, after testing positive for COVID-19 at Zandvoort.
Kimi Raikkonen will end his Formula 1 career without having driven for Toto Wolff or Christian Horner – but it could have been different.
Frederic Vasseur says Alfa Romeo would be keen to keep Kimi Raikkonen with the team in an advisory role.
Kimi Raikkonen is out of the Dutch Grand Prix, the Alfa Romeo driver testing positive for Covid-19 after Friday’s practice.
Hot on the heels of his announcement that this season will be his last in F1, Kimi Raikkonen’s rivals have paid tribute to the Finnish star.
Kimi Raikkonen has made no plans for life after Formula 1, saying escaping the sport’s scheduling is a main reason behind his retirement.
Alfa Romeo have applauded the “unique character” that is Kimi Raikkonen after the Finn announced that 2021 is his last year in F1.
With Kimi Raikkonen announcing that 2021 will be his final season in F1, PlanetF1 has dug out some of our favourite facts about the Finn.
41-year-old Kimi Raikkonen has confirmed that he’s going to retire from Formula 1 at the end of the 2021 season.
Kimi Raikkonen isn’t enjoying the simulator work he is doing for Alfa Romeo, saying that “sitting in a bunker for a day” isn’t much fun.
The Formula 1 rumour mill has been fired up again with French broadcaster Canal+ claiming Valtteri Bottas will replace Kimi Raikkonen at Alfa Romeo.
Kimi Raikkonen is the latest driver to suffer a grid drop for the Belgian Grand Prix, now due to start from the pit lane at Spa-Francorchamps.
Kimi Raikkonen says anything can happen with the weather at Spa, and so is taking the Belgian GP weekend session by session.
Having criticised Alfa Romeo for their recent mistakes, Kimi Raikkonen has urged his team to be “sharp” as F1 returns at Spa.
Alfa Romeo team boss Frederic Vasseur has no problems at all with seeing frustration from his drivers in a difficult 2021 season.
Kimi Raikkonen’s frustration is proof that the Finn still has what it takes to compete at the highest level, says Fred Vasseur.
Alfa Romeo’s first half of the season can be summed up in the words ‘unfulfilled potential’ – and they know it full well.
Kimi Raikkonen pays no attention to those criticising F1 drivers, saying one minute someone is a “hero” and the next they are a “dead man”.
Kimi Raikkonen is, let’s say, unconcerned about which driver replaces him at Alfa Romeo should he decide to retire at the end of the season.
Kimi Raikkonen is a key part of Alfa Romeo’s simulator programme – and through that, team boss Fred Vasseur sees the motivation remains.