F1: Kimi Raikonnen to return during Russian Grand Prix

Shubham Singh
13 Sep 2021
19:46
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F1: Kimi Raikonnen to return during Russian Grand Prix

Finnish Driver Kimi Raikonnen is returning to action during the Russian Grand Prix after recovering from coronavirus. Kimi missed the recently held Italian and Dutch Grand Prix due to COVID-19. Kimi is going to retire from F1 at the end of the season. Kimi is also known as “The Iceman” and is among only one of the five drivers to take more than 100 podiums.

The veteran racer won the 2007 F1 World Championship when he drove for Sceduria Ferrari. Raikonnen is the only Finnish driver to win 21 Grand Prix. Right now Raikonnen represents Alfa Romeo. The Russian Grand Prix is going to be held in Sochi, on the Black Coast, where the circuit came into play for the 2014 Winter Olympics, the race is going to be held from 24 to 26 September.

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