Kimi Raikkonen tells Alfa Romeo that it is thinking of continuing its F1 career by the end of September, reports the Italian-language website Motorsport.com.
According to Italian media, Räikkönen intends to share his thoughts on continuing his F1 career by the end of September. The alternative is the desire to continue in the ranks of the stable or to quit.
In two weeks, Räikkönen, 40, will be the driver with the most GP starts. The past season has been difficult for the 2007 world champion with Alfa Romeo’s poor performance. Räikkönen only opened his points account in the previous race in Tuscany, where he fought nicely ninth.
There has been wild speculation about the continuation of Räikkönen’s career in the stable for the second year in a row throughout the summer. The remnants of the battle have not been believed to motivate the 21 GP victorious world champions, in addition to which pressure has been created by Ferrari’s excellent junior trio in the F2 series.
Räikkönen’s teammate Antonio Giovinazzin fate is largely sealed. The Italian is going to lose his place in one of the trio Robert Shwartzman, Mick Schumacher or Callum Ilott.
Perez on his way to Haas
The most interesting name in the driver market right now is Sergio Perez. Racing Point seat To Sebastian Vettel the lost Mexican is the coveted stuff, after all, the steering wheel is backed by strong Mexican funding.
According to Motorsport.com, Perez is strongly on his way to Haas. The American team would be eligible for a profitable driver, which would also open a market route for the company to the neighboring country.
Alongside Perez, another driver’s seat is open. Currently as well Romain Grosjean that Kevin Magnussen are without agreement. Ferrari might plant one of its juniors alongside Perez, which would remove the pressure from Alfa Romeo’s shoulders.