Kimi Raikkonen is celebrating his 39th birthday today and it gives the F1 fraternity another little excuse to re-visit the tons of memorable moments that Kimi Raikkonen has provided us with.
Raikkonen’s Ferrari stay will come to an end after this season and his vigil with Sauber will begin; a move that did shock the F1 world to a large extent.
With not much left to fight for this season(as far as Raikkonen is concerned), we could see a relaxed and jovial Kimi take the track, something that could provide the fans with even more ‘Kimi related entertainment’.
Now, with his birthday today, fans did expect Ferrari to come up with a good birthday post for Kimi, one that would be in line with Kimi’s personality and behaviour on and off the track.
And Ferrari did not disappoint.
— Scuderia Ferrari (@ScuderiaFerrari) October 17, 2018
With Ferrari coming up with a post, Formula 1 too wasn’t left far behind, releasing a Facebook video depicting all of Kimi’s finest moments on the track and in press briefings as well.
It had the famous ‘give me the steering wheel’ incident as well, one where the Ferrari crew forgot to give Kimi his steering wheel and the Finn was constantly shouting on his radio, asking his team to ask his crew to give him the steering wheel.
Check out the video:
How do you think Kimi would approach the final few races? Will he help out Vettel in any way possible or will he just try and win his final race as a Ferrari driver?
Also, check out some other birthday wishes for Kimi.
Early birthday present for Kimi ❤️ pic.twitter.com/9tItjtOuPS
— Raikkonen Indonesia (@KimsterIndo) October 16, 2018
Straight to the point 😂
Happy birthday, Kimi 🎂 pic.twitter.com/AqFjbEsuwT
— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) October 17, 2018
— SUTTON IMAGES (@suttonimages) October 17, 2018
— The Circus (@Circus_F1comic) October 17, 2018
Here’s wishing the #Iceman, Kimi Raikkonen a happy birthday and a fantastic year ahead!
You are my all time favorite in @F1
Rock the track like you always!
— VID (@VIDtweetshere) October 17, 2018
— Silverstone (@SilverstoneUK) October 17, 2018
Happy Birthday to the meme ice-god himself:
— F1 in the 2000s ⚠ (@F1in2000) October 16, 2018