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Raikkonen wishes to compete in other categories alongside F1

Former World Champion Kimi Raikkonen has expressed a desire to compete in other forms of motorsport, whilst still maintaining a seat on the Formula One grid. In the modern era of the sport many teams have opted for a strict policy on allowing their drivers to compete outside of the F1, unlike previous decades when drivers could compete in various other categories alongside their duties in the sport. After a relatively frustrating start to the new season for Kimi Raikkonen at Ferrari, the Finnish driver has once again hinted at a desire to compete in other categories alongside F1, reminiscent of the likes of John Surtees who became World Champion in 1964 whilst also competing in the Le Mans...
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