Ice-Ludy wrote:Hello guys!!! Specially you from Finland...I found this: http://kuvat2.iltasanomat.fi/iltasanoma ... 1_kimi.pdf
But as I don't speak Finnish I thought you guys may help me.
It's not to translate the whole thing, it's just to say what is about!!! I am curious!!! It looks like some type of review of Kimi's career!!!!
I don't know if you guys have already posted here, if so, sorry!!!
It's a compilation of the stories written about Kimi in the papers. It's really funny
I can translate it little by little but here is the first part:
The F1-world was staring at Räikkönen in Melbourne 2001. Sauber's race engineer Jacky Eeckelaert would also have wanted to stare at Kimi before the race but he couldn't find him anywhere. Did he chicken?
- Kimi was sleeping in some truck. They had to go and wake him up, Kalle Jokinen, Räikkönen's ex-mechanic tells.
In his opening race Kimi drove sensationally to points and came in 6th - only because he was driving on the limit until the end. Räikkönen always follows his father's instructions 'always drive one million on the limit'.
Once Kimi drove out from the track in Bemböle.
- He bounced from the rocks with his foot on the pedal and forced the car back on the track. The chains were gone, the wheel was broken and there was an awful lot of damage in the car. I started to scold him telling him that these are expensive equipment, Matti remembers.
Kimi turned around and looked at his father who he has always called by his name.
- Masa hey, you have told yourself that we drive for as long as the wheels are turning, Kimi gave back to him.
- yes yes, but I meant racing conditions.