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Source: autosport.com. Kimi Raikkonen will not be allowed to take part in Rally Finland later this year, Autosport has learned, with his team bosses unwilling to release him from his commitments to the Lotus Formula 1 team.
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Raikkonen returned to Formula One this season Lotus having spent the last two years competing in the World Rally Championship. However, his time away has by no means dulled the Finn's ability.
The 2007 World Champ was in the points at his very first race back while four races into his comeback the Finn was on the podium, having finished second in the Bahrain GP.
And with his team-mate Romain Grosjean right behind him, all signs indicate that Lotus are in for a strong season which has prompted Salo to suggest that Raikkonen has a real shot at the title.
Kimi Raikkonen, Lotus F1 Team's new driver, was back at the wheel of an F1 car for the first time since 2009 today, in Valencia.
Kimi Raikkonen's return to Formula One after a two-year hiatus has enthused media, fans and rivals alike.
But the question remains — does the Iceman’s comeback mean a cooling of double world champion Sebastian Vettel’s hopes of being red-hot favourite again next year?
Almost certainly not. Raikkonen’s return is certainly a good thing for Formula One. For the first time ever, the sport will see six world champions line up on the starting grid...
It has emerged the Williams team have held talks with the Finn about a return to the F1 circuit - he is currently competing in the World Rally Championship - although Williams himself has said ...
In the F1 Fanatic round-up: Kimi Raikkonen says he wants to compete in the Rally of Finland, which is held during F1's August break.
Kimi Raikkonen is back in Formula One, and it didn't take the Iceman long to make the headlines.
After two years spent rallying, some questioned if the Finn still had what it takes to compete in F1, but he proved his doubters wrong in Jerez.
Now the 2007 world champion is looking forward to competing in 2012 for Lotus GP.
KIMI RAIKKONEN is still capable of winning at least two more world championships, says Damon Hill.Formula One's top driver in 1996 welcomed the Iceman's return to F1 as "great" news.
And though the Finn is now 32, Hill reckons he is still "young" in terms of potential.
LONDON — Former world champion Kimi Raikkonen will be back in a Formula One car next season after agreeing to return to action with the Lotus team. Lotus Renault GP said Tuesday that the 2007 world champion, who quit in 2009 and switched to rallying, has signed a two-year contract.
McLaren team boss Martin Whitmarsh has urged the rival Williams squad to do all it can to snare former world champion Kimi Raikkonen for the 2012 F1 season, claiming that the Finn is...
I thank Kimi Raikkonen for Showing me how amazing this language is! ;)