Germany didn’t let Kimi get away… without a fall

We’ve already seen the pictures and had a good laugh in the community about Kimi’s latest blunder, not far off-track either. It seems Kimi’s bad luck in Germany still chased him, despite being promoted to third place. As ever with the internet, there was a surge of animated photoshopped jokes which you can see below. This just has to go into the KRS Archive so here’s a little article about the Flying Finn.

Source: yallaf1.com

Kimi Raikkonen finished Sunday’s German grand prix in fourth place, and was later promoted to third, but in the immediate aftermath of the Hockenheim result, the Finn would enjoy a dose of good luck – and then a reminder of harsh reality.

When his friend Sebastian Vettel was penalised post-race for the illegal pass on Jenson Button, Finn Raikkonen inherited third position.

But, according to Bild newspaper, he then crashed.

The newspaper has published a photograph of the 2007 world champion tripping whilst jumping a fence to the paddock carpark, and landing awkwardly on a car.

“Kimi was rushing,” said an observer. “As he took a shortcut to the carpark, his right foot got caught on the fence and he fell onto a car. He let out an expletive, and quickly got up and going again.”

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4 responses

  1. LMAO :D

    July 25, 2012 at 2:44 pm

  2. Ram

    guess it happens with Lotus, it happened with Petrov last year

    July 25, 2012 at 2:49 pm

  3. Alex

    even without the champagne he keeps falling..???? OMG

    July 25, 2012 at 9:23 pm

  4. Leonardo

    He should be flying like that out on track, escpecially in QUALIFYING!

    July 26, 2012 at 9:13 am

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