Found September 09, 2013 on Formula 1 Blog:
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The BBC’s Andrew Benson says that a deal to bring Kimi Raikkonen back to Ferrari is all but done and should be announced very shortly. According to Benson, the deal was completed Monday and will be announced imminently. We suggested this was the case many moons ago when Raikkonen had that odd comment about folks finding his 2014 decision as ‘stupid’ and it seemed to us that returning to Ferrari would be the only decision that would raise eyebrows. Now we’re taking his comment in July a little (or a lot) out of context but it still seemed possible given the return of James Allison to Ferrari. If Benson has it right (and there is little reason to believe he doesn’t), the pairing of Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen could be the most lethal on the grid in 2014 but it takes more than two world champions to win more titles. It takes a car and that’s what Allison is there for. Many suggest that Alonso would have his knickers out of shape over the arrival of Raikkonen, who was jettisoned ...
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