fritticaldi wrote: ↑
Sun Jul 05, 2020 4:12 am
Raikkonen was slower than Giovinazzi by .8 sec. Considering his age, I think Kimi needs to seriously announce his retirement from F1. Iceman doesnt seem that motivated anymore and a replacement such as F2 drivers Callum Illot or Mick Schumacher wouldnt be a bad idea.
I was watching the live timing, Kimi's pace was closer to Leclerc at times when he was in free air. he was stuck behind Ocon. Also bad luck with the safety car timing after his pitstop as other were able to jump him. After passing Gio he was able to pull a 1 sec gap easily and was even matching Vettel before getting stuck behind the Mag and Ocon train.
Alfa Romeo has never been this close to Ferrari on race day. Shame the team messed up on Saturday sending both drivers in traffic.
Check out Seb, Charles and Kimi's lap times here
https://www.fia.com/sites/default/files ... is_v01.pdf
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