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Alfa Romeo would have been open to Kimi contract talks

Alfa Romeo team principal Fred Vasseur has revealed the team would have been receptive to discussing a new contract with Kimi Raikkonen for him to continue into 2022. The 2007 World Champion retired from the sport with more race starts than anyone else in Formula 1 history, taking to the track for the 349th and final time in Abu Dhabi earlier in December. The Finn has long said that he is looking forward to experiencing a 'normal' life outside of the Formula 1 bubble, after making his debut back in 2001. Vasseur said he would still have been open to the idea of keeping the 42-year-old on for another year, but said that it's 'quite human' for him to want to move on, given how long he has...
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