Kimi plans retirement after Ferrari

Mon, 16 October 2006, 12:38

Kimi Raikkonen says he does not intend to still be racing F1 cars in ten years.

The Finn, who on Tuesday will turn twenty seven, switches at the end of the season from McLaren to his new three-year contract with the Maranello based Ferrari team.

But although he is to race in the retiring seven time world champion’s place, Raikkonen told Auto Motor Und Sport: “I do not think I will drive (in F1) as long as (Michael) Schumacher did.”

He added: “Ferrari will probably be my last team.”


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