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Alonso and Vettel hope Kimi will be crowned 'Overtaking King' in Abu Dhabi

Article To news overview © Alfa Romeo Two of Kimi Raikkonen's long-time rivals and former teammates have said that they hope the Finn will be crowned as Formula 1's top overtaker in 2021. A newly-introduced award for the 2021 season will see the driver who makes the most overtakes named F1's 'Overtaking King' and awarded a trophy after the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. As it stands, Fernando Alonso leads the way with 116 overtakes through 2021, one ahead of Sebastian Vettel and Raikkonen. With Raikkonen retiring from Formula 1 next weekend in Abu Dhabi, Vettel and Alonso hope the 2007 World Champion eclipses them to take the award and sign off on a career that saw him recognised as one of the...
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