There does not appear to be any fall-out from the Monaco Grand Prix as Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen took part in a charity football match this week.
Raikkonen understandably cut a very frustrated figure in Monte Carlo after seeing a first Formula 1 win since 2013 slip through his fingers.
‘The Ice Man’ had secured his first pole position in nine years in a thrilling qualifying session in Monaco. However, the decision to pit him early in the race allowed Vettel to put his foot down and storm to a third victory of the season.
But the Finn looked to be in good spirits as the duo lined up on the same team at a Juventus charity match and got the scoresheet with a tidy close-range finish as well.
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