Kimi stays at Ferrari through 2009 then retires (after 3 straight championships?? ), Alonso joins Ferrari after his two years at Renault (joining Ferrari in 2010) while Felipe still plays second fiddle.
Fits with Kimi's dual personna: superfast F1 driver by day; club-hopping wild man by night. Seriously, he strikes me as a guy who would reach the point where he'd be satisfied with his achievements in F1 (2 or 3 WDC might do it) and could then move on, as opposed to the DC / Barichello philosophy of hanging on and on and on.
Enzo Ferrari was a great man. But he was not a good man. -- Phil Hill