Kimi Raikkonen (3), Goodwood Festival of Speed, 2014

Raikkonen joins F1 stars at the Goodwood Festival

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F1 cars, Goodwood Festival of Speed, 2014

Kimi Raikkonen joined fellow F1 world champions Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button at the Goodwood Festival of speed and was reunited with the Ferrari F2007 he won the world championship with in 2007.

He accompanied another of Ferrari’s world champions, John Surtees, who was celebrating the 50th anniversary of his 1964 title victory.

Another driver marking the anniversary of one of his championship triumphs was Emerson Fittipaldi. He took to the hill in the McLaren M23 he clinched his second title in 40 years ago.

Here they are along with more of the F1 stars at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.

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Images © Goodwood, Ferrari/Ercole Colombo

12 comments on “Raikkonen joins F1 stars at the Goodwood Festival”

  1. Small correction: I don’t see Marc Gene anywhere. Instead, I see Pedro de la Rosa !

  2. It really is horrendous when teams impose their new liveries over decent looking old cars.

  3. I had the pleasure of ferrying some of them to/from their helicopters :)
    here’s a nice one of Kimi & Jackie meeting up

  4. What did Anthony Davidson drive? I see him in a Mercedes overall, so it must have been a Merc for sure, just curious which years. I also remember him driving the Brawn car in 2009.

  5. Big smile, no corporate cap, no oversize sunnies, not just signing like a robot but enjoying being there – JB’s looking more and more like a sportscar driver…

    Fabulous shots of John Surtees in the Ferrari.

  6. It looks like, Kimi enjoyed it. :)

  7. Top picture: Looks like Flavio Briatore in a Ferrari

  8. Ben (@scuderia29)
    1st July 2014, 13:59

    that livery on the f10..just no

    1. I like it

  9. Good fun on Sunday, with drifting from Mad Mike Whiddett a highlight for me. Sadly Oliver Turvey was not so good at donuts in front of the house. At least he can take comfort in winning LMP2 at Le Mans with 48 hours notice!

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