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Kimi Raikkonen
TeamFerrari
CountryFinland
Date of birthOctober 17, 1979
Races262
Wins20
Poles17
Podiums88
Fastest Laps45
Career Points1476
First Race2001, Australian Grand Prix
Last Race2017, Hungarian Grand Prix
First Win2003, Malaysian Grand Prix
Last Win2013, Australian Grand Prix
Standing5
Previous teamsMcLaren, Lotus, Sauber

Kimi Raikkonen's talent is undeniable. Dropped by Ferrari at the end of 2009, the Scuderia had no choice but to re-sign the Finn several years later. Having taken a sabbatical from Formula One for two years, Raikkonen returned to F1 in 2012 with Lotus to show that he had lost none of his drive. But just two race wins in two years in a financially struggling outfit wasn't enough even though he was a title contender in both the campaigns at one point or the other. It was this tenacity that had earned him his title in 2007 by a solitary point! Runner-up twice before with McLaren where he had clearly peaked, the Iceman - nicknamed for his cool demeanour - has versatile motorsport skills, having participated in not only NASCAR but also in rallying. He is unflustered with paddock politics too, which makes him a fan favourite. Raikkonen's flair has been evident from the moment his F1 career began, when he scored a point in his debut race with Sauber. He won the title in his debut season with Ferrari although the succeeding years proved to be lackluster but one can easily expect Raikkonen to unleash again.

F1 Career
SeasonTeamCh PosPointsWinsPodiumsPolesFLs
2017Ferrari51160412
2016Ferrari61860401
2015Ferrari41500302
2014Ferrari12550001
2013Lotus51831802
2012Lotus32071702
2009Ferrari6481500
2008Ferrari37529210
2007Ferrari111061236
2006McLaren5650633
2005McLaren2112712510
2004McLaren7451412
2003McLaren29111023
2002McLaren6240401
2001Sauber1090000
Ch Pos = Championship Position ; FLs = Fastest Laps

2017 Season Performance
Australian Grand Prix12 pts
Chinese Grand Prix10 pts
Bahrain Grand Prix12 pts
Russian Grand Prix15 pts
Spanish Grand Prix0 pts
Monaco Grand Prix18 pts
Canadian Grand Prix6 pts
Azerbaijan Grand Prix0 pts
Austrian Grand Prix10 pts
British Grand Prix15 pts
Hungarian Grand Prix18 pts
Belgian Grand Prix-
Italian Grand Prix-
Singapore Grand Prix-
Malaysian Grand Prix-
Japanese Grand Prix-
United States Grand Prix-
Mexican Grand Prix-
Brazilian Grand Prix-
Abu Dhabi Grand Prix-
 
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