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Hakkinen reckons Ferrari line-up set to change

Mika Hakkinen believes Ferrari's driver line-up could change next season with at least one of the two drivers departing Maranello. Whilst Fernando Alonso is some distance ahead of Kimi Raikkonen in the championship standings, speculation suggests the Spaniard might soon jump ship having grown tired of Ferrari's uncompetitiveness. McLaren looks like one of his most likely destinations as the Woking squad looks to sign a 'star driver' ahead of their reunion with Honda next year. Hakkinen however hints that Ferrari could lose both, but for very different reasons. "In my opinion Ferrari is more and more into the situation of eventually replacing one of the two drivers," said the Finn....
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