Ferrari has put together a potentially "explosive" driver lineup for 2014, according to former team champion Michael Schumacher.
The great German, who became F1's most successful driver ever by delivering five consecutive titles to the Maranello team last decade, was referring to the appointment of Kimi Raikkonen to be current 'number 1' Fernando Alonso's new teammate.
Schumacher, who at the end of 2006 was pushed into his first retirement when Ferrari signed Raikkonen, said of the 2014 pairing: "For motor sport fans it will certainly be a blast, and make for a tough competition.
"It will be exciting to watch," the 44-year-old told Bild newspaper.
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