Can Kimi fire home a win at Singapore?

Ferrari have finally, late in the season, caught up a series of podium finishes. Leading the charge for Ferrari is Kimi Raikkonen, he has notched kimimore points than any other driver in last four races while Ferrari is on podium for last five races since German GP. Most of Kimi’s podium have come on street circuits or on circuits where KERS plays a dominant role. Singapore San Marina’s circuit is just another slow circuit in the calendar which perfectly suits F60 and stage is set for Kimi to notch another podium finish.

“…it’s another city circuit and the slower the circuits are this year the better we were, just look at Valencia and Monaco: there’s no reason why it shouldn’t be the same in Singapore.” Kimi on his blog

“..I think that out of the four remaining races the one in Singapore suits Ferrari the best. If we want to win we need to be more than perfect and need a little bit of luck. But after the win in Spa it would be fantastic to have this feeling once again.”

Ferrari have stopped the development of F60 to concentrate on 2010. The only concern of Kimi is that other teams will show up with improvements which might make his job difficult.

“If it’s true that the F60 is more competitive on slow tracks, then it’s also true that the other teams will show up with improvements; that’s why it will be more difficult for us. We have to try to use the package we have the best way possible and we need to find the best set up. If we attain perfection than we can fight for a place on the podium. This is our goal. We’ve been on the podium five times in a row and since the Nürburgring race, I have gained the same number of points as the leaders in the standings. Let’s hope we can keep it up until the end of the season. “

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  1. go Kimi!

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