With Formula 1’s most exciting talent locked-in with Red Bull Racing, Ferrari might just be forced to re-sign Kimi Raikkonen for 2017. Unless Nico Rosberg becomes available after the aftermath of the 2016 Austrian Grand Prix. He’s been a good ‘No. 2’ driver, after all.
Before you get your daggers out, let me tell you that I am a Nico Rosberg fan. And I know that there are few of us compared to the millions who support and cheer for Lewis Hamilton. Maybe this is why there’s a gap of millions when it comes to their pay as well, but […]