Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari, Bahrain International Circuit, 2014

Caption Competition 48: Kimi Raikkonen

Caption CompetitionPosted on | Author Keith Collantine

Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari, Bahrain International Circuit, 2014

Kimi Raikkonen appears to have left something in the cockpit of his Ferrari – but what? That’s for you to work out in today’s Caption Compeition.

You know the way it goes: Add the funniest caption you can think of to this picture in the comments below.

A selection of the best will appear in the next F1 Fanatic round-up.

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Image © Ferrari/Ercole Colombo

203 comments on “Caption Competition 48: Kimi Raikkonen”

  1. what are felipe’s shoe doing under the seat

  2. Is there a space for my ice cream ?

  3. So if we install a speaker here we can get more F1 sound.

  4. I knew I should have taken that weight reducing enema earlier….

  5. How to say “speed” in Italian? Dammit where’s my Italian-English dictionary?

  6. “Where’s the nut behind the wheel they keep complaining about?”

  7. Kimi: I think Felippe forgot his lucky charm and now I know why I sucked through out the season.
    Now I will remove this curse and start driving better.

  8. Kimi contempleting: “at least it’s still red”

  9. “maybe it will be faster if I just push it instead”

  10. “after this season I’ll make a jacuzzi in here”

  11. Russell Hall
    15th April 2014, 14:04

    “They tell me that this car has lots of ers crammed inside, yet I cannot find it, not even the wrapper.”

  12. Engineer behind the bearded engineer thinks that
    Kimi lost his marbles.

  13. So that’s the flux capacitor

  14. Where is that Ferrari manual? I should have taken-up dog sled racing. drmrs 4/23/2014

  15. Rahul Kapoor
    27th April 2014, 19:21

    i dont care if we are slow, im keeping my ice-cream fridge in the car.

  16. KIMI: Tequila — Check. Peeing jar — check . . . Hey! Where’s my pot?

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