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Former world champ Raikkonen to end F1 career after season

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Former world champion Kimi Raikkonen of Finland confirmed on Wednesday he will end his Formula One career after two decades at the end of the season. Raikkonen, 41, debuted in 2001 and his biggest success was the 2007 world title while at Ferrari, which also marks the last drivers’ title for the team. Now at Alfa Romeo, he has won 21 races from 344 grands prix entered and earned 18 pole positions. Raikkonen took an F1 break in 2010 and 2011 to compete in the rally world championship. ‚ÄúThis is it. This will be my last season in Formula 1. This is a decission (sic) I did during last winter. It w…

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