F1: Raikkonen undecided on future plans

Apr 28, 2010 Full story: PitPass.com 28

The Finn left F1 at the end of 2009, partly due to the fact that most of the good drives had already gone and partly due to the fact that he had become disillusioned with the sport.

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bhiam

Toronto, Canada

#1 Apr 28, 2010
plus, he was losing regularly!(and not seeming to care about it!)

Since: Aug 09

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#2 May 2, 2010
What will he do now??
Nicole

Espoo, Finland

#3 May 3, 2010
Oh yeah, bring back Coulthard for example instead, he has so much more to show based upon his career ;)

The rumours are that Kimi signed a contract for several years with Red Bull and like he says himself, it's up to him to either continue in WRC or F1.

So basically Webber and Red Bull are waiting for his decision that he promised to make later this summer.

So sorry for you guys who don't want to see him in F1, it's a real possibility that he is on the grid in 2011.... in Red Bull ;)

“Is that Banjo Music I hear ...”

Since: Jul 07

Location hidden

#4 May 3, 2010
Nicole, it really does not make any difference either way whether he sticks to WRC or comes back to F1. And if it's in a red Bull, again who cares, a few years ago it was proudly announced he was going to be driving a Ferrari, and we all know how that ended ... As for Coolturd, nothing he says has any credibility, after all this is a guy who took 10 years of blaming Schumie for an accident, before he had the balls to finally admit that famous accident between the two of them was actually his fault ...

Finally, Webber is certainly on his way out, but don't hold your breath for Kimi to drive for them, with Massa at the end of his contract for Ferrari, it is not inconceivable that he may join Red Bull to drive alongside Vettel for next year, that's if Ferrari don't give him a new contract of course ...to the horror of the worshitters of course, becasue the biggest threat to Alonso being the one and only at Ferrari is Massa, and they know it, so they would just love Massa out, Alonso will ask for Fisi to be his teammate, nothing like his old bitch back along side him for him to dominate and look good against, like he did at Renault.
barry peers

Wrexham, UK

#5 May 4, 2010
redneck Bob from Atlanta wrote:
Nicole, it really does not make any difference either way whether he sticks to WRC or comes back to F1. And if it's in a red Bull, again who cares, a few years ago it was proudly announced he was going to be driving a Ferrari, and we all know how that ended ... As for Coolturd, nothing he says has any credibility, after all this is a guy who took 10 years of blaming Schumie for an accident, before he had the balls to finally admit that famous accident between the two of them was actually his fault ...
Finally, Webber is certainly on his way out, but don't hold your breath for Kimi to drive for them, with Massa at the end of his contract for Ferrari, it is not inconceivable that he may join Red Bull to drive alongside Vettel for next year, that's if Ferrari don't give him a new contract of course ...to the horror of the worshitters of course, becasue the biggest threat to Alonso being the one and only at Ferrari is Massa, and they know it, so they would just love Massa out, Alonso will ask for Fisi to be his teammate, nothing like his old bitch back along side him for him to dominate and look good against, like he did at Renault.
redbull or any f1 team is just wishfull thinking of raikonen all the grid have seen whats on offer in kimi and theres no need for us to explain all over again and again hes got nowt to offer any f1 team u are so correct bob
Schumi is shit

Laval, Canada

#6 May 4, 2010
redneck Bob from Atlanta wrote:
Nicole, it really does not make any difference either way whether he sticks to WRC or comes back to F1. And if it's in a red Bull, again who cares, a few years ago it was proudly announced he was going to be driving a Ferrari, and we all know how that ended ... As for Coolturd, nothing he says has any credibility, after all this is a guy who took 10 years of blaming Schumie for an accident, before he had the balls to finally admit that famous accident between the two of them was actually his fault ...
Finally, Webber is certainly on his way out, but don't hold your breath for Kimi to drive for them, with Massa at the end of his contract for Ferrari, it is not inconceivable that he may join Red Bull to drive alongside Vettel for next year, that's if Ferrari don't give him a new contract of course ...to the horror of the worshitters of course, becasue the biggest threat to Alonso being the one and only at Ferrari is Massa, and they know it, so they would just love Massa out, Alonso will ask for Fisi to be his teammate, nothing like his old bitch back along side him for him to dominate and look good against, like he did at Renault.
Stupid boy , Schumacher suck !!

“Just love F1”

Since: Oct 07

Benavidez, Tigre

#7 May 4, 2010
redneck Bob from Atlanta wrote:
Nicole, it really does not make any difference either way whether he sticks to WRC or comes back to F1. And if it's in a red Bull, again who cares, a few years ago it was proudly announced he was going to be driving a Ferrari, and we all know how that ended ... As for Coolturd, nothing he says has any credibility, after all this is a guy who took 10 years of blaming Schumie for an accident, before he had the balls to finally admit that famous accident between the two of them was actually his fault ...
Finally, Webber is certainly on his way out, but don't hold your breath for Kimi to drive for them, with Massa at the end of his contract for Ferrari, it is not inconceivable that he may join Red Bull to drive alongside Vettel for next year, that's if Ferrari don't give him a new contract of course ...to the horror of the worshitters of course, becasue the biggest threat to Alonso being the one and only at Ferrari is Massa, and they know it, so they would just love Massa out, Alonso will ask for Fisi to be his teammate, nothing like his old bitch back along side him for him to dominate and look good against, like he did at Renault.
Massa .. we prefer Massa ... next in line then Kubica ... good drivers ... but with equal treatment and respect !!!

..and yes ... once gone from F1 ...even for a Sabatical ... hardly come back well ...as the Traitor !!!
Bo Smith

Burnaby, Canada

#8 May 5, 2010
Nicole wrote:
Oh yeah, bring back Coulthard for example instead, he has so much more to show based upon his career ;)
The rumours are that Kimi signed a contract for several years with Red Bull and like he says himself, it's up to him to either continue in WRC or F1.
So basically Webber and Red Bull are waiting for his decision that he promised to make later this summer.
So sorry for you guys who don't want to see him in F1, it's a real possibility that he is on the grid in 2011.... in Red Bull ;)
Really... Icegirl!!! I warned you over a year ago that hanging around the 'PF1 Site' would draw you to the "Dark side Of F!". You seem to be more intolerant.
Bo Smith

Burnaby, Canada

#9 May 5, 2010
Schumi is shit wrote:
<quoted text>Stupid boy , Schumacher suck !!
Damn -Frozen Canuck Puck Headed FROG-!!! Why don't you just pee off and go back to watching hockey.
Nicole

Espoo, Finland

#10 May 5, 2010
Bo Smith wrote:
<quoted text>
Really... Icegirl!!! I warned you over a year ago that hanging around the 'PF1 Site' would draw you to the "Dark side Of F!". You seem to be more intolerant.
Bo, I joined your group - they banned me permanently from PF1 - imagine that ;)

“F1”

Since: Jul 08

Miami, FL

#11 May 6, 2010
redneck Bob from Atlanta wrote:
Finally, Webber is certainly on his way out, but don't hold your breath for Kimi to drive for them, with Massa at the end of his contract for Ferrari, it is not inconceivable that he may join Red Bull to drive alongside Vettel for next year, that's if Ferrari don't give him a new contract of course ...to the horror of the worshitters of course, becasue the biggest threat to Alonso being the one and only at Ferrari is Massa, and they know it, so they would just love Massa out, Alonso will ask for Fisi to be his teammate, nothing like his old bitch back along side him for him to dominate and look good against, like he did at Renault.
Massa in redbull that sounds intresting, Fisi in to replace massa I think not. Ferrari have started a Jr program that can bring new rookies into the sport. What better way to introduce new rookies to Ferrari? When Massa or Alonso if/leaves/sacked.
Bo Smith

Burnaby, Canada

#12 May 6, 2010
Nicole wrote:
<quoted text>
Bo, I joined your group - they banned me permanently from PF1 - imagine that ;)
Total Shock!!!!!! You are, without a doubt one of the nicest persons I have ever met on the net. Hard For me to understand....But that is what PF1 does.

Anyways welcome to the club ;)Stay in touch Okay? Lots of other sites around.
Nicole

Espoo, Finland

#13 May 6, 2010
Bo Smith wrote:
<quoted text>
Total Shock!!!!!! You are, without a doubt one of the nicest persons I have ever met on the net. Hard For me to understand....But that is what PF1 does.
Anyways welcome to the club ;)Stay in touch Okay? Lots of other sites around.
It was so ridiculous that it only made me laugh. No warning was given, mods came to the thread to start a fight and we talked about a plan b if they lock the thread as they threathened to do all the time - for pages - no warning although people post links to forums all the time - and banned within a minute ;)

It was also interesting to find out that Asphalt_World is a mod, he sent back an e-mail as a with his name, username and moderator-name to one who complained to the moderators - needless to say that the person was banned after sending the e-mail ;)

But they came after us to the other forum and Asphalt claimed that it's clear that I am responsible for creating a negative atmosphere - lol

The reason why I got banned in the first place could be that when Asphalt came cruising in stirring up trouble in the thread I called him a Drama Queen ;)

But it's good to be away from the place, it wasn't a good place to be and I consider being banned a badge of honor!

So now I get my daily Kimi-shots at another forum and come here to tease you guys - while spreading a massive amount of negativity ;)

“Is that Banjo Music I hear ...”

Since: Jul 07

Location hidden

#14 May 6, 2010
Bo Smith wrote:
<quoted text>
Total Shock!!!!!! You are, without a doubt one of the nicest persons I have ever met on the net. Hard For me to understand....But that is what PF1 does.
Anyways welcome to the club ;)Stay in touch Okay? Lots of other sites around.
oh hell diddly Bo squat, put the freaking violins away .... please ... ha ha

“Is that Banjo Music I hear ...”

Since: Jul 07

Location hidden

#15 May 6, 2010
Montoya4ever wrote:
<quoted text>
Massa .. we prefer Massa ... next in line then Kubica ... good drivers ... but with equal treatment and respect !!!
..and yes ... once gone from F1 ...even for a Sabatical ... hardly come back well ...as the Traitor !!!
get it right dumbass, from now on we shall call the great one ....

Il Traditore

“Is that Banjo Music I hear ...”

Since: Jul 07

Location hidden

#16 May 6, 2010
and for your worshitters, we will refer you your hero as ....

il bastardo imbroglio mentire
cool KA

Dubai, UAE

#17 May 7, 2010
barry peers wrote:
<quoted text> redbull or any f1 team is just wishfull thinking of raikonen all the grid have seen whats on offer in kimi and theres no need for us to explain all over again and again hes got nowt to offer any f1 team u are so correct bob
You're ruefully ill-informed. Many teams could not afford Kimi. Knock knock, you hammer head.. AGAIN - did you know he got paid more than any driver on the grid.. for NOT driving for any other team? You are a joke mate.
cool KA

UAE

#18 May 7, 2010
Nicole - cant thank you more for giving the Motorsport world such talented drivers. The numerous WRC guys, Mikka and the absolultely incredible Kimi. Please ignore the insecure man from Liverpool. We see those losers in EPL as well. They are trying hard in Tennis too - in the form of SCOTSMAN, Murray! Lewis is a passing phase and Button was passed, just a lil hiccup last year, thanks to Ross Brawn. We miss Kimi in Rally of NZ.
Nicole

Espoo, Finland

#19 May 8, 2010
cool KA wrote:
Nicole - cant thank you more for giving the Motorsport world such talented drivers. The numerous WRC guys, Mikka and the absolultely incredible Kimi. Please ignore the insecure man from Liverpool. We see those losers in EPL as well. They are trying hard in Tennis too - in the form of SCOTSMAN, Murray! Lewis is a passing phase and Button was passed, just a lil hiccup last year, thanks to Ross Brawn. We miss Kimi in Rally of NZ.
Hi Cool KA ;)

Thanks, I ignore him since he has no sense of humour, otherwise it could even be fun to argue with him.

It's amazing what an impact Kimi's absence in Rally of NZ has had. Not as many following it closely although it comes at a difficult hour.

Funny thing is that wrc.com had a record of 12 million visitors in 2008 but during Rally Sweden 2010 they had 8 million visitors - Kimi really has made an impact there ;)

Can I ask you one question? What is EPL?

Thanks for standing up for Kimi ;)
kimi raikonen

Glasgow, UK

#20 May 10, 2010
cool KA wrote:
<quoted text>
You're ruefully ill-informed. Many teams could not afford Kimi. Knock knock, you hammer head.. AGAIN - did you know he got paid more than any driver on the grid.. for NOT driving for any other team? You are a joke mate.
u say kimi was payed not to drive for ferrari correct he wasnt payed not to drive for any other team when sacked when u make unrealistic wage demands as the proof is in the pudding nobody wanted him or wants him wat has he done to make anyone team want him in 3 yrs nowt when other better drivers accept less than half u said the 09 ferrari was crap fellipe did gud and kimi wins in spa which ive been to twice are u really that stupid to think performance of the car can just cum and go dissapear then bang a win get real dudey the real reason was if u can remember monty already told kimi his out and for tat weekend he stayed of the vodka to impress any potential teams he could go to in 010 evedentley it wasnt enough kimi is as many former world champs have said and ej mr brundle dc loads more a peak and valley driver inconsistant from his matraminial live and alchohol abuse do u think all these team princeples are as blind and dafrt as u and a few others rantin on kimi this kimi that he is un proffesonal and cant lead a team spends no time with ferrari techys as one ferrari member said alonso in the 2 visits to marrenello if u now where it is spent more time than kimi in 3yrs hes a slob finished how can anybody hve a sense of humour when u put untruths about kimi or any driver ive forgot more than u can ever now about f1

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