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Kimi Raikkonen ‘could have won multiple world titles’

Kimi Raikkonen wins F1 2007 title
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Kimi Raikkonen could have won multiple Formula 1 world titles if he’d applied himself like Lewis Hamilton, according to ex-McLaren mechanic Marc Priestley.

‘The Iceman’ ended up being one of the most popular drivers on the grid during his lengthy career in F1, with him racking up well over 300 Grand Prix starts.

In that time, he’d drive for the likes of McLaren and Ferrari, with him winning the title in dramatic fashion back in 2007, as he pipped squabbling team-mates Fernando Alonso and Hamilton to the crown at the Brazilian Grand Prix.

He’d go close to the championship in other years as well, namely in 2003 and 2005 when driving for McLaren, and many believe in ’05 that he should have taken the title but the car he had was just too fragile, despite being supremely fast.

Even so, he will go down as a Formula 1 world champion and no-one can ever take that from him, though Priestley believes that Kimi could have had even more…

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