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Kimi´s replacement for Ferrari 2010

post #1 of 16
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The Spaniard will have a sit on Ferrari for 2010... Bravo for Alonso...

http://sports.myway.com/news/09302009/v0032.html

Now what will happen with Kimi?...
post #2 of 16
i think Kimi is moving to McClaren theres alsorts of rumours

i read on www.crash.net for my racing news
post #3 of 16
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Oh no!.. now he would to deal with Lewis... I can´t believe it....Mc Laren are desesperate then...
I didn´t hear that before......
post #4 of 16
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More news about this Item....

http://sports.myway.com/news/10012009/v2303.html

Seems the Pressure will going to be soo hight!...
post #5 of 16
I don't know what Kimi is going to do, but I'm very glad he got 'fired', he's so annoying... Maybe he'll end up racing in the WRC rally.
post #6 of 16
ooooh Rigel some more gossip on him and a couple of others

http://www.crash.net/f1/news/152990/...mi_kubica.html

hmmm very interesting, toyota wanting him
post #7 of 16
Thread Starter 
My goodness Kimi & Kubica! great team seems!...


Another thumbup for the Spaniard now from Schumy!...
http://sports.myway.com/news/10022009/v4941.html
woo!, in some hours begin the calification from Susuka!....
post #8 of 16
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Originally Posted by NorthernGlow View Post
I don't know what Kimi is going to do, but I'm very glad he got 'fired', he's so annoying...
Looks like I chose a bit too realistic word..
Kimi on fire: Youtube video (in finnish though, but you can find others there too).
post #9 of 16
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my goodness......._..... I hope put a FINE to Kovalainen.....
post #10 of 16
They didn't fine Kovalainen, but they did McLaren (-33 500€). He was given approval to leave the pit stop too early which caused the accident.

Here is a quote from the official F1 website:
Quote:
With the safety car deployed for the Trulli-Sutil incident, there was drama in the pit-lane soon after, when Kovalainen exited his pit too early, leaving with his fuel hose still attached to the car. Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen, who was right behind the emerging McLaren, got a face fuel of fuel, which then ignited.

McLaren were fined $50,000 for the unsafe pit stop release, while their Finnish driver was given a drive-through penalty. As this was handed down after the race had finished, 25 seconds were instead added to his race time, dropping him from ninth to 12th in the final results.
post #11 of 16
Thread Starter 
Just only $ 50,000 €...?????? it was cheap........
did you imagine if Kimi would crashed over other team involved in fire??????......the total dissaster!... of the Ferrari would to explode cause the fire on!...

I don´t understand as well the FIA rules..........

Certainly as well you point, Kovalainen don´t have the fault, he got the permition go out and he do it!....
post #12 of 16
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I foreseem that this not will have to a happy ending....this happen a couple of years ago...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XWRvhA0YPgY
post #13 of 16
Bumping this old thread again, but I just heard what was the main reason for firing Kimi. He told a finnish newspaper that Ferrari was 'pressured' to fire him because their new main sponsor is a spanish bank called Santander and they wanted Alonso instead of Kimi.. (May be old news but I just read it today..)
post #14 of 16
Thread Starter 
I didn´t know about it.......
So let me see, SANTANDER will going to be a sponsor of Ferrari too?...


any link what you read about it?...
post #15 of 16
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Originally Posted by CoolCat View Post
any link what you read about it?...
Only in finnish..
But if you want to try to translate it with babel fish or google translator, here is the link: click.
post #16 of 16
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thanks a lot for your effort my friend!.-..
you´re right about!...
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