legend Kimi Raikkonen’s 20-year career ends in disappointment in Abu Dhabi with lap 27 retirement

KIMI RAIKKONEN suffered heartbreak in his final F1 race at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Raikkonen, 42, spent 20 years in F1 and walked away from the sport with a world title, 21 race wins and 103 podiums. Prior to the race, Raikkonen confessed he could not wait for the season to be over, so he could focus on life after F1. He said: “I’m looking forward to getting the season done. The Abu Dhabi race brought with it a thrilling conclusion to the latest F1 season after Max Verstappen pipped Lewis Hamilton on the last lap to claim the title.

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