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Raikkonen: F1 race in Finland just a money problem

Kimi Raikkonen says Formula 1 would head to Finland instantly “if somebody puts the money down” to cover the cost of hosting the sport, following the construction of the new KymiRing circuit. With MotoGP welcoming the return of the Finnish round for the first time since 1982, the national motorsport governing body AKK Motorsport has investigated the feasibility of hosting F1 in the future. Finland remains the most high-profile nation in F1 to never host the sport despite producing four world champions plus 50 Grand Prix wins. Raikkonen, Finland’s most recent F1 world champion, supports the idea to bring the sport to his home nation and feels the only major stumbling block remains...
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