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Kimi Raikkonen: Formula 1 looks 'ridiculous' when not running due to wet weather

Kimi Raikkonen believes Formula 1 can look "ridiculous" when it doesn't race due to the wet weather conditions, and believes when he started his F1 career; they would've carried on despite the rain. All of the news comping out of Japan is about the Super Typhoon Hagibis that is set to disrupt the Japanese Grand Prix this weekend, with the threat of the typhoon hitting Suzuka Circuit during qualifying. Raikkonen started his F1 career in 2001 and he believes there was much more chance back then that the weather wouldn't disrupt the weekend as much as it does nowadays. “If it looks bad they might cancel straight away and not even come,” Raikkonen said, as quoted by...
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