Kimi's Rally Adventure: A Predicted Analysis

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Kimi's Rally Adventure: A Predicted Analysis

Ferrari’s decision to release Kimi Raikkonen may have proven a detriment to the world of Formula 1, but one sports loss is another’s gain, as the Ice Man deflects to the world of rally driving in a continuation of an alternative career he began recently.
In a sport where Finnish drivers traditionally excel Kimi will look to increase his potential and enhance his C.V. with a season behind the wheel of a Citroen rally car in the World Rally Championship of 2010.
In doing so he will partake in one of the most intense driver experiences possible, and garner a collection of new rally fans who will be born into the sport as a result of his transfer from Formula 1.

So what is it that Kimi will need to do to prove a success in the sport, and what will other rally drivers have to watch out for in competition with the flying fin?
Various aspects of rallying have often been highlighted as essential to a successful career in the sport. Some of these qualities Kimi has vehemently portrayed in his time in Formula 1, but some as of yet we are maybe unsure of.

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