Kimi is (I think) quite good when it´s rainy, I quess thats because he has experienced rallycars on snow and ice also.<quoted text>
Your example is the best to show, that tomorrow someone like Vettel or maybe Alonso will win. I hope, it will be so. I don't like the Brawns, although a victory of Kimi will be the best result. But I'm not a dream. Or maybe, the rain will help him?!
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That's an argument, jussi. I saw some videos of his rallies in Rovaniemi and Vaakuna from January. I think, he has big potential and driving rally would be an option for him after Formula 1 . I hope, he is going to do that, he's good driver and I like it to see him pratices in motor sport!
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