Discussion in 'Drivers' started by HammydiRestarules, Jun 22, 2011.
Yes it's all Vettel fault.
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If he is innocent then I don't blame him standing up for himself, but if she is right and he did what she says he did, he could be in deep trouble based on what has been happening to some other men in Hollywood etc. Is she genuine or jumping on the bandwagon? Only her and Kimi know the truth I imagine, it's all down to who you choose to believe in some ways. Sadly mud tends to stick in these situations, even if the accused does turn out to be innocent.
Kimi's problem has never been lack of talent or his team or teammates. It's always been lack of effort.
I can see where you're coming from even if I don't agree. I guess we'll never know for sure.
He's just slow now. 2-3 good races a year aren't enough to convince me he still has it, or that anyone else could unlock it.
RasputinLives You can't say Kimi is not trying . I remember how opinions changed quickly in his first spell at Ferrari apparently he does not have Schumacher's work ethic but the engineers said he was very into the details of the data when he was world champion. Come 2009 , Luca saw that his laid back attitude was not right and got Alonso who everyone said was near Schumacher's work ethic.
The difference between previous years is Kimi seems to starting more places behind his teammate now , every micro mistake of his is being blown out in comparison with LeClerc and Riccardo
I mean I think 2015 he was pretty much behind Vettel or alongside and they had numerous start line accidents. Age is getting to Kimi, he is certainly not as fast as he use to be but then again I thought his time at Lotus he actually displayed fantastic consistency and used his head a bit more.
He's lost a bit of his race craft although some were saying Sunday was the most aggressive he's been for a while.
I don't think Kimi has helped his reputation by getting soundly beaten year after year
RasputinLives I thought 2009 Raikkonen was woeful but 2008 he did have some bad luck although he probably was not as motivated as 2007
Yes his management team have made him very rich he might as well take it while he can.
I think the only time I see Kimi being weak or not trying is he does not seem to make his own calls about tyre choices in wet weather races. There have been times when he has the wrong tyres because he followed the team call
Yes, and it happens every year as well.
Good move for Sabuer in terms of PR but not great for anyone in the junior formula hoping for the chance to step up.
It seems it will end for Kimi where it all started.
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