I'm sorry, it's still early in the morning for me and my brain isn't fully on yet. But what does WR and SB stand for?
Apparently mine wasn't either. SB=>SV indeed
Actually equalised for 17 races we get
Old '2002' system:
Newer '2003' system:
Current '2011' system:
Which still places 2002 at the top by a margin.. however I suspect its beaten thoroughly by some earlier efforts.
You got those points by... leaving what out exactly? The worst 1 result in 2004 and 2 in 2011? /curious.
This was not well accepted in Kimi thread:
"Motorsport Magazin.com - Christian, Kimi Raikkonen drives in Formula 1 soon. Your opinion about the comeback of the Iceman?
Danner: For Formula 1 of course it is nice to have another World Champion in the field. However, I have my doubts about Kimi's performance terms. We have seen with Michael Schumacher, how difficult it is to be competitive again after a break in F1. If it was so hard for Michael Schumacher, I honestly am very pessimistic about Kimi, in all areas he never had Michael's class.
Discipline was never Raikkonen's strength ...
Christian Danner: Kimi had never had this discipline such as Michael Schumacher - and he has not even now. A further complication is that Formula 1 in the past few years has changed incredibly. The manner in which the driver must now cope with the F1 is far harder than they did three years ago. Quite honestly, I think Kimi's chances of success are very small.
Does Raikkonen lose the desire again, if the results fail to appear?
Danner: I've never seen Kimi driving differently, just like Kimi runs: monosyllabicly (sic!). This basic 'indifference', he still has, no matter whether he wins a race or is tenth.
Really, don't see why??
I disagree with this too, for the following reasons:
1. Kimi is about 10 years younger than Michael, advantage Kimi.
2. Kimi was out for 2 years, compared to Michael's three, advantage Kimi.
3. Kimi is a bloody Finn, which means his car control is very very good (if you disagree, name me one Finn who wasn't in F1 for sthg else than driving ability).
4. Kimi was out rallying, not exactly the worst thing you can do to maintain your abilities.
5. Kimi was recharging his batteries so I don't think an early setback (if any will happen) will affect him that much as long as his working environment isn't too much of the cuddly kind like we've seen at Ferrari.