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|31st July 2009, 09:56||#16|
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Guys, spare a thought for poor Kimi. While MS versus anyone else will be more down to the car, MS versus Kimi is a lousy prospect for Raikkonen. If Raikkonen beats him, it'll be because Schumi is 40 and out of practice while Raikkonen is more or less in his prime. Therefore no big deal.
If Raikkonen loses to Schumi, then he's going to be destroyed by the press saying how someone who hasn't driven in F1 for three years can still beat Raikkonen so easily because he isn't motivated, how he was always overrated blah blah blah...
And to top it off, he'll be a distinct number two with the attention of the team going entirely Michael's way.
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