I know this year isn’t throwing us much opportunity for cheers as Kimi fans but hang in there, half the season is remaining and Kimi tends to get stronger especially at these upcoming Grands Prix. Never give up and keep flying. Enjoy!
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P.S I wanted to give my sincere thanks to everyone who has been part of the KRS community since it’s early days in 2005 – it’s our 10th anniversary this year!
Hope you like them, Evenstar x
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At last night’s Academy Awards in Hollywood, “Rush” was shut out of any nominations, which would seem to remove any racing element of the show. That said, Chris Hemsworth (James Hunt) still appeared as a presenter, and Leonardo DiCaprio has an FIA Formula E team he can still win with since he lost out for Best Actor to Matthew McConaughey.
Perhaps the biggest moment of the show though was when Oscar host Ellen DeGeneres got together with a number of A-list celebrities and took a “selfie.” That selfie generated more than 2 million retweets on Twitter, to become the most retweeted tweet of all-time.
And in the hours since, that selfie has generated hundreds of memes, where other faces are plastered onto the celebrities.
It’s at this point we show you that Fernando Alonso discovered a meme where F1 drivers’ faces are on the celebrities, originating from Twitter user @EvenstarSaima.
— KimiRäikkönenSpace (@EvenstarSaima) March 3, 2014
Not sure who did this, just found here on twitter, but it’s epic..😂😂😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/jc04Wid9fI
— Fernando Alonso (@alo_oficial) March 3, 2014
Those featured include Lotus’ pair of Pastor Maldonado and Romain Grosjean, both looking pained. Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo are on as well, with their facial expressions providing a good representation of their preseason struggles.
Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez of Force India have grumpy faces, odd considering Force India’s considerable pace in testing. Meanwhile Mercedes factory drivers Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton look happy, again, which would match how well their preseason testing went. Hamilton’s bulldog Roscoe appears nearby.
Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen appear as well, Alonso of course with his famous “selfie” taken from the Italian Grand Prix to capture the “tifosi” Photoshopped in. Williams’ Felipe Massa rounds out the lineup.
Kudos to Alonso for discovering it and props to @EvenstarSaima for the creation.
I seriously didn’t think it would explode like this but since the original had 2 million retweets, why not :p Pity that Alonso had to use a cropped version of the image without the KRS logo and my name. Here’s a list of websites where my picture has been mentioned:
- Brazilian F1 Broadcaster website GloboEsporte
- Finnish website SuomiF1
- WTF1.co.uk: In case you missed the Oscars, allow me to sum it up for you. Leonardo Di Caprio didn’t win again, Brad Pitt ate a pizza and Ellen DeGeneres took a selfie that has now become the most retweeted tweet on Twitter, ever. While Rush got no recognition at the Oscars, EvenstarSaima of Kimi Raikkonen Space was determined to get F1 at the Oscars and put together this awesome photoshop.Enjoy the best F1 selfie since Fernando Alonso at Monza.
| Source: ferrari.com |
Ferrari has revealed its 2014 Formula 1 car, the F14 T, that it hopes will allow it to fight for the world title this year.
The Maranello-based team’s 2014 challenger features a different nose approach to the other 2014 cars revealed so far, with a much flatter concept.
Ferrari has retained its pullrod front suspension concept in the new design.
The new car is the first that will have been influenced by incoming Ferrari technical chief James Allison, who arrived late last year following his switch from Lotus.
The car is scheduled to run in public for the first time at Jerez in Spain next week.
Ferrari is hoping that the change in regulations this year, with the arrival of 1.6-litre turbocharged engine, will help it finally deliver the world championship that has eluded it in recent years.
Last season proved a disappointment when, after starting the season with a competitive car, it failed to maintain a good enough development rate during the campaign.
As well as the all-new car for this year, Ferrari has welcomed back Kimi Raikkonen who replaces the Williams-bound Felipe Massa.
Kimi Raikkonen: “It’s nice to come back to the team with which I won my championship in 2007. The aim is the same: we want to do the best we can. We want to try and win races and try and win the championship if we can. I had to have a small operation, I didn’t really have a choice in order to be as pain free as possible for the coming season. It was a good time to have it done. If we are the strongest team – and I hope we’re going to be – then we both want to win. The car will tell if we can bring the championships back to Ferrari. I would say there are lots of other things, especially with the new rules, that will say what the results will be. But I think we are more than capable of being up there and fighting for the championship.”
Gallery, interview with Kimi, F14T Launch: