Dreams do come true… I’ll be driving for @scuderiaferrari for the 2019 Formula 1 World Championship. I will be eternally grateful to @scuderiaferrari for the opportunity given. To @nicolastodt for supporting me since 2011. To my family. 1/3
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The news that was in the air has become official: Ferrari and Kimi Raikkonen, the last driver to have brought the title to Maranello, they separate at the end of the season, with the Finnish who knows on Instagram (below) of having found a agreement for two years with the Sauber Alfa Romeo. At the same time there is also the promotion of Charles Leclerc as the driver of the red next to Vettel next season.
“KIMI MAN TEAM” – The separation between Ferrari and Raikkonen announces the same team principal of the red, Maurizio Arrivabene, with this release: “The Scuderia Ferrari announces that, at the end of the 2018 season, Kimi Raikkonen will leave its current role During these years, Kimi has given the team a fundamental contribution, both as a driver and for his human talents: his role has been decisive for the team’s growth and, at the same time, he has always been a great man As a world champion, he will always remain in the history and family of the Scuderia, and we thank him for all of this and wish him and his family a future full of satisfactions “.
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LECLERC – Immediate has also arrived the official, well as expected, the arrival of the Monegasque Charles Leclerc, 20 year old product of the Ferrari Driver Academy, already winner of the title of GP3 and F.2 and launched this year in F1 with the ‘Alfa Romeo-Sauber using the Cavallino power units as Sebastian Vettel’s team-mate from next season. “It’s a dream come true … I will drive Ferrari in the world of F1 2019 – Leclerc’s words on twitter – I will be eternally grateful to Ferrari for the given occasion, to Nicolas Todt (his agent, ed ) to support me from 2011. To my family and to a person who is no longer there, but to whom I owe everything that is happening to me, my father I will always be grateful to Jules (Bianchi, ed.) for all the things he taught me, we will never forget you. And thanks to all the people who supported me and believed in me. I will work harder than ever to not disappoint you. But first there is a season to finish with a fantastic team that gave me the opportunity to fight and show my potential. Come on Sauber! “