“That was a real shame”

Rob Wilson, former driver coach to Kimi Raikkonen, looks back at the Monaco GP – at Kimi’s should have/could have. Kimi, one of the most popular drivers on the F1 grid, according to the FIA/MSN Global Fan Survey that was announced in Monaco, started from the pole and led into the first phase of the Grand Prix distance – successfully completed the fundamentals, in other words. A foreshortened first stint, however, handed victory to Kimi’s Ferrari team-mate, Sebastian Vettel. Rob looks ahead at what this loss might mean for Kimi’s season (he’s not worried, you may be pleased to hear!); and Rob talks, too, about Lewis Hamilton’s problems at Monaco and about some of the race’s other key incidents

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