DaveKillens wrote:Has the fire gone out in Kimi? Is he now content just to go through the motions, and amuse himself only by trying to set the fastest race lap? Personally, I believe so, and that makes any decision by Ferrari simple. With just six races to go, and with both the manufacturer's and driver's titles still up for grabs, it's time to get serious, and make that final push to the end. But remember, last year that's exactly what Kimi did.
Meanwhile, Massa is definitely in the hunt, and his personal performance is stellar. If not for a flawed con rod, he would be sitting on top of the pile, and looking dominant.
I believe that for the next two races, Kimi will be allowed to follow his own strategy. But when it gets down to the last four races, unless Kimi turns it around, he will be ordered to support Massa in his quest for the World Driving Championship.
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