Tag: Kimi Raikkonen
F1 Canadian Grand Prix preview: The return of the Wall of Champions
Last time Formula One visited Canada the track fell to bits, Lewis Hamilton had an embarrassing front-end shunt, Robert Kubica delivered an unlikely one-two for BMW and Martin Brundle opened his mouth and inserted both feet.
F1: Japanese Grand Prix liveblog
First there was practice, almost entirely rained off, leaving a number of rookie drivers with no useful experience of the testing Suzuka circuit. Then there was qualifying, with three heavy crashes and five grid penalties. What is left for the race itself?
F1: Will we see back-to-back British champions at Suzuka?
Jenson Button could theoretically win the Formula One Drivers’ Championship at Suzuka this weekend if he finishes far enough ahead of team-mate Rubens Barrichello.
F1: Italian Grand Prix liveblog
What are we expecting this morning? Well, Lewis Hamiltonâ€™s pole to prove a little bit shaky, for a start, KERS or no KERS.
F1: On eve of Monza, teams now view KERS much more positively
It’s the eve of the Italian Grand Prix and the championship is wide open. You’re looking down the Monza straight and contemplating the fact that Ferrari and McLaren will be able to use that magic KERS button not once but twice as qualifying kicks off.
F1: Raikkonen holds off Force India charge to win in Spa
Giancarlo Fisichella had speed, momentum, a career to kick-start and every neutral fan at Spa cheering him on – but Kimi Raikkonen had the KERS button and that was enough to win him his fourth Belgian Grand Prix.
F1: Belgian Grand Prix liveblog
Well, who would have thought it? Force India would have been quite satisfied with an appearance in Q2 and thrilled with Q3. Instead veteran driver Giancarlo Fisichella is on pole on a topsy-turvy grid that sees the midfield players promoted to the front.
F1: Spa falters as crowds fail to flock to rural Belgium
With the Belgian Grand Prix just a few days away, are we seeing yet another threat to one of F1’s iconic racing circuits because of money troubles?
F1: Hamilton vs Schumacher – game on!
It’s one of the world’s great sporting topics of conversation. The temporary return of iconic F1 world champion Michael Schumacher to racing has provided fans with hours of material for speculation down the pub.
F1: Hamilton returns to winning ways
Lewis Hamilton returned to winning ways with a dominating victory at the Hungarian Grand Prix, while Kimi Raikkonen and Mark Webber survived post-race stewards’ investigations to secure second and third.