alors voila c est un article sur kimi en anglais qui parle de beaucoup de chose notament son passage chez ferrar mais le plus inportant je vous le traduis
THE CHILDHOOD DREAM HAS FINALLY COME TRUE,
Kimi referring to his 3-year contract with Ferrari
Kimi bursts into laughter when our reporter comes to McLaren's VIP area on Monza's paddock and hands over a new book of Matti Nykänen and his life (a former skijumper) to Kimi.
You got to be kidding me! Or is this story true, Kimi giggles while skimreading the book of Nykänen, who he highly admired when he was a kid.
Kimi is the first Finn to drive as Ferrari's number 1 pilot, which is his but also every driver's and little boy's dream. Kimi admitted his contract with the team to us already in May but now the news is official.
Jenni always worries about Kimi's racing
Kimi spends quite lonely days in the racing cities but he says that he got used to the schedules and rhythm already in his childhood. Most of the race days are full of waiting and then everything happens all of a sudden.
I don't really know any other drivers personally. Christian Klien is a good friend of mine. We live quite close to each other, except that he lives behind the border in Austria.
Reporters and media people wait patiently in front of the VIP area for Kimi to get even a little comment out of him. When Kimi steps out he is surrounded by reporters in a couple of seconds.
I've got a little room for resting here, about a meter by two meters where you can hardly even turn. I spend lots of time by watching television and sleeping between the qualifyings and other jobs, Kimi describes.
Kimi had his parents Paula and Matti Räikkönen and his PR guy in Finland, Riku Kuvaja with him in Monza. Jenni couldn't make it to Monza because of her friend's wedding.
We rode motorbikes to Italy. From my home Wollerau in Switzerland it's only about 250 km to Monza.
An F1 driver's job is very dangerous; Kimi's side is still sore from his crash in the Turkish GP. Still, Kimi assures that he has never been afraid of sitting behind the wheel of an F1 car, even though some of crashes have been bad ones.
Instead of myself, my mother and wife are always nervous and worried about me during the races. If I wasn't a racing driver, I'd do something else with the cars, like a mechanic for example, Kimi explains.
Respond to the lies
Kimi says that he usually doesn't care one bit what media says or writes about him. But during the past couple of weeks they have gone too far. Kimi was accused of drink driving in Hungary and losing his license because of it.
Now I need to respond because the stories of my doings have got totally out of control, Kimi says seriously.
I can handle the stories that are true, that I have really caused but there are limits for lies as well. One person gets killed in Finland nearly everyday but still my partying is a bigger story than the death of an innocent person.
Recently I read in a newspaper that I drive a Formula One car with drunk's luck (Finnish phrase). Quite incredible drunk's luck if you can get this far by drinking, Kimi comments about his Ferrari contract.
To keep the balance in his life after rough racing weeks Kimi likes to party with his friends.
Good parties are a very welcome change for me, Kimi smiles.
Instead of celebrating his contract with Ferrari in Monza, Kimi escaped all the media fuss with his parents to his home in Switzerland.
christian klien est un tres bon ami a moi nous habitons relativement proche l un de l autre exepter que lui se trouve de l autre coté de la frontiere en autriche !
merci a kimi.fr pour l article !