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Hey, Tifosi? You Still Want Fernando?

In case anyone just missed it, Kimi Raikkonen just won the Belgian Grand Prix in simply epic fashion in a car that was definitely over-matched. Having an unfavorable strategy from his starting place, Raikkonen had to execute a—and there's no other word for this—perfect start that would put him in position to go for the lead on the first lap. Raikkonen pulled that one off nicely (and adventurously). After a safety car period, the Iceman had to immediately blow by leader Giancarlo Fisichella. Check. He then had to gut every last cubic inch of performance out of the F60 for the entire race to stay ahead of a car that was .400 seconds quicker in qualifying. Forty or so laps later, and he joins the ranks of the very best names in Fo...

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