Kimi Raikkonen – How He Won The 2007 Title

Here is a short re-cap of how Kimi Raikkonen’s season went from Australia to Brazil, race by race.

Kimi Raikkonen Shanghai 2007

AUSTRALIAN GP – 1st
Standings:
Raikkonen 10 (+2)
Alonso 8
Hamilton 6

MALAYSIAN GP – 3rd
Standings:
Alonso 18
Raikkonen 16 (-2)
Hamilton 14


BAHRAIN GP – 3rd
Standings:
Hamilton 22
Alonso 22
Raikkonen 22 (0)

SPANISH GP – DNF
Standings:
Hamilton 30
Alonso 28
Massa 27
Raikkonen 22 (-8)

MONACO GP – 8th
Standings:
Hamilton 38
Alonso 38
Massa 33
Raikkonen 23 (-15)

CANADIAN GP – 5th
Standings:
Hamilton 48
Alonso 40
Massa 33
Raikkonen 27 (-21)

US GP – 4th
Standings:
Hamilton 58
Alonso 48
Massa 39
Raikkonen 32 (-26)

FRENCH GP – 1st
Standings:
Hamilton 64
Alonso 50
Massa 47
Raikkonen 42 (-22)

BRITISH GP – 1st
Standings:
Hamilton 70
Alonso 58
Raikkonen 52 (-18)
Massa 51

EUROPEAN GP – DNF
Standings:
Hamilton 70
Alonso 68
Massa 59
Raikkonen 52 (-18)

HUNGARIAN GP – 2nd
Standings:
Hamilton 80
Alonso 73
Raikkonen 60 (-20)
Massa 59

TURKISH GP – 2nd
Standings:
Hamilton 84
Alonso 79
Massa 69
Raikkonen 68 (-16)

ITALIAN GP – 3rd
Standings:
Hamilton 92
Alonso 89
Raikkonen 74 (-18)
Massa 69

BELGIAN GP – 1st
Standings:
Hamilton 97
Alonso 95
Raikkonen 84 (-13)
Massa 77

JAPANESE GP – 3rd
Standings:
Hamilton 107
Alonso 95
Raikkonen 90 (-17)
Massa 80

CHINESE GP – 1st
Standings:
Hamilton 107
Alonso 103
Raikkonen 100 (-7)
Massa 86

BRAZILIAN GP – 1st
Standings:
Raikkonen 110 (+1)
Hamilton 109
Alonso 109
Massa 94

Raikkonen only lead the championship table after the first race. He then had share of the lead after race 3 with Hamilton and Alonso but following 4 race slump dropped him to 4th and 26 points behind the leader. Since then he did not make it higher than 3rd in the table till the final race. After Japanese GP he was 17 points behind Hamilton (who lead the Championship from Bahrain till the last race) with 2 races to go. Then came China and Brazil…

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  1. StewNo Gravatar says:

    I’d say Raikkonen’s comeback to win the championship was one of my highlights of the year.

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