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17 de septiembre de 2011

¿KIMI VUELVE A LA F1?...HA VISITADO LA FACTORIA DE WILLIAMS

Eso dicen por ahí, aunque suene un poco extraño.Kimi se aburre, es un hecho, pues parece que lo de los Rallyes le llena pero no le sale como le gustaría, las pruebas en USA con lo de la Nascar y con lo de Peugeot en su proyecto de Le Mans confirma la idea de que no encuentra la disciplina adecuada sobre la que pueda girar su carrera de manera exclusiva durante los próximos años.Pero dicho lo cual, el que haya elegido Williams suena de lo más extaño, habiendo indicado en el pasado que sólo volvería a la F1 en un equipo ganador, que no volvería a un equipo que no le garantizara luchar por las victorias asiduamente.Por eso el rumor de Williams se sostiene poco.Aunque me imagino que Barrichello andara un poco mosca con el rumor, lo cual a Williams no le viene nada mal para negociar con el brasileño.No obstante, he aquí tanto la noticia como la contra noticia a su vez.Teneis por tanto la noticia que difunde el rumor y la que lo niega dando las razones de su visita.Que cada uno crea la oportuna.:


Williams has admitted that 2007 World Champion Kimi Raikkonen recently visited its Grove factory, leading to speculation that the Finn could be seeking to revive an F1 career that ended in 2009.Raikkonen, while at McLaren and Ferrari from 2002 through '09, was always heavily remunerated and it remains to be seen where his head is after two years away from F1.

If money is still a key consideration, Raikkonen is not going to get the sot of retainer he was used to from Williams. If, however, it is racing that is more important to him, it is just possible that the team could pull off something of a coup.

Some believe that Kimi was not the same driver at Ferrari as he was at McLaren, but after fulfilling his ambition to drive in the World Rally Championship and having sampled racing Stateside, it could just be that Kimi fancies another shot in the top echelon.

Pastor Maldonado's Venezuelan backing makes him a certainty for one 2012 Williams seat, but what if Raikkonen was prepared to drive for the same retainer as Rubens Barrichello? Rubens will be 40 next May and it is just feasible that the team would consider taking a punt on Kimi.


It is believed 2007 World Champion Kimi Räikkönen made a visit to Williams’ Formula 1 factory in Grove earlier this week. The exact reasons are unknown, although the team has not denied the appointment.

Reports first emerged in the Finnish press, with Räikkönen expected to have been viewing the Williams-built Jaguar C-X75 supercar as opposed to any F1-related talks.

“It was a private visit so we don't actually have a comment to make,” a team spokesperson said when contacted by GPUpdate.net on Friday.

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