Two hundred grand prix starts.
It's a staggering statistic—almost as surprising as discovering that the Finn will turn 35 later this year—with Raikkonen always seeming fresh, fast and timeless.
Since making his debut for Sauber in 2001, he has established himself as one of the most recognisable drivers on the grid, competing for some of the biggest names in the business, such as McLaren, Ferrari and Lotus, and securing the 2007 world championship after a couple of near misses.
His unorthodox handling of "the other stuff"—including media appointments and other non-driving commitments—puts the Finn among the most popular drivers of the modern era, leading to him wear his "Iceman" nickname with pride.
And to mark his double century, here are the top five moments of his career, combining the most outrageous and exciting on-track incidents with the funniest bits that make Raikkonen—well—Raikkonen.