Kimi Räikkönen: "There is nothing like Monaco"
Kimi Räikkönen: “There is nothing like Monaco” Two podiums from the last two races for Formula 1’s most popular returnee in 2012; Here, Kimi looks ahead to the Monaco Grand Prix BARCELONA WAS YOUR SECOND PODIUM IN A ROW FOR THE TEAM; HOW WAS IT FROM YOUR PERSPECTIVE? To be honest, I was a little disappointed. I expected us to be a bit stronger in the race, especially at the beginning. In the last stint we were very good, but it was too late. We were not fast enough to race and that’s why we couldn’t fight for a win. But we showed in the end that we have good speed. YOU WERE FLYING AT THE END – WAS THERE ANYTHING MORE YOU COULD HAVE DONE TO CATCH FERNANDO? Our strategy was to be fast at the end of the race, and we were. When you’re in this situation you wish the race was a little longer, but if it was longer then the other teams would have used different strategies. I was pushing as hard as I could and to catch up almost 20 seconds felt good, but there’s a little