40-year-old pilot of Alfa Romeo Kimi Raikkonen is the oldest driver of the current Formula 1, but 2020 could be for Finn not the last.
“Let’s end the season, and after it I will decide. If I will still like racing, then I will stay in f-1, and if not, then retires.”
“Now I can say that I still like racing,” said Raikkonen.
If the season 2020 will take place, then Kimi will pass the index of Rubens Barrichello and will be the pilot with the highest number of Grand Prix in the history of Formula 1.
Raikkonen became the world champion in 2007.