After demonstrating a promisingly brisk car in dry conditions, Kimi Räikkönen claimed tenth position during a rain afflicted qualifying session for tomorrow’s German Grand Prix.
Kimi’s never won in Germany – whether in the European or German Grand Prix – the latter of which has seen him retire six times.
Former grand prix winner Rene Arnoux has tipped his French countryman Romain Grosjean to win up to two races in 2012. The Swiss-born Grosjean struggled
Romain Grosjean is adamant that he can become Formula One’s eighth different grand prix winner this season in Valencia on Sunday. The Frenchman has already
Romain Grosjean showed impressive pace all in Monaco but when it mattered most the Frenchman got involved in a first lap melee which saw his
F1’s next winner could be at the wheel of a black and gold car. “I think Kimi (Raikkonen) will be the sixth different winner in
Kimi Räikkönen and Romain Grosjean ensured that Lotus F1 Team were the strongest points scoring team in a fast-paced Spanish Grand Prix. Kimi and Romain
Romain Grosjean qualified in P4 whilst Kimi Räikkönen set the fifth fastest time under blue skies and light clouds in qualifying for tomorrow’s Spanish Grand