Tag: Kimi Raikkonen

FIA Should Scrutinise Ferrari For Ruining Raikkonen’s Races

Posted: April 26, 2018 at 6:21 pm   /   Inside Line F1 Podcast

The FIA has put Ferrari under scrutiny for various reasons – engine mapping, exhaust blown diffuser and even a mysterious extra lever on Sebastian Vettel’s steering wheel. We think, the FIA should also scrutinise Ferrari for ruining Kimi Raikkonen’s races in 2018. Maybe for 2017 & 2016 too? THE INSIDE LINE F1 PODCAST IS HOSTED BY MITHILA MEHTA AND KUNAL […]

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Red Bull Need Ricciardo, Not The Other Way Around

Posted: April 17, 2018 at 11:55 am   /   F1 Features

The 2018 Chinese Grand Prix was yet another brilliant race for Formula 1; and also for Daniel Ricciardo. The Australian, who has been overshadowed in Red Bull Racing thanks to the buzz around Max Verstappen, drove a classic to overtake the faster four cars (Ferrari x 2 + Mercedes x 2) and claim victory. All […]

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Verstappen’s Verdict Of The Australian GP Is Inaccurate

Posted: March 27, 2018 at 9:04 pm   /   F1 Features

I disagree with Max Verstappen’s verdict of the 2018 Australian Grand Prix. And here’s why: Sebastian Vettel was on course to finish third in the 2018 Australian Grand Prix, behind teammate Kimi Raikkonen and early race leader Lewis Hamilton. But Ferrari’s gamble and a stroke of good luck saw the former quadruple World Champion snatch […]

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Mercedes’ Party Mode Could Spoil The 2018 F1 Party

Posted: March 27, 2018 at 11:45 am   /   Inside Line F1 Podcast

Let’s face it. Lewis Hamilton’s pole lap in Australia was more Hamilton than the Mercedes, party mode or not. It was only unlucky for Hamilton to lose the race to a software glitch. But that’s not the point of this post. Sebastian Vettel claimed that Mercedes’ party mode didn’t bother him much, while Helmut Marko […]

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