Kimi Raikkonen has expressed his excitement ahead of his return to Ferrari at the beginning of next season after it was confirmed today that the Finn would be replacing Felipe Massa for 2014.
Raikkonen last raced for Ferrari in 2009, having won his only world championship with the Scuderia during his first year at the team in 2007. However, with the arrival of Fernando Alonso in 2010, the Finn was not retained and opted to take two years out of Formula One, spending his time rallying before returning to the sport with Lotus in 2012. However, he is looking forward to returning to Maranello next season.
'I am really happy to be returning to Maranello where I previously spent three fantastic...
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