Mar.30 (GMM) Kimi Raikkonen thinks Ferrari will be his last team in formula one.
"I am glad to be here again and I am sure that I will not change again," the Finn told Germany's Sport Bild in Malaysia.Raikkonen, now the oldest driver on the grid, made his debut for Sauber as a highly-inexperienced 21-year-old, going on to win races for McLaren and the title for Ferrari in 2007.His mid-contract split from Ferrari at the end of 2009 was partly acrimonious, as he left F1 altogether and enjoyed a two-year sabbatical with rallying and Nascar exploits.Raikkonen returned to the grid with Lotus in 2012 and, with his pace intact and achieving highly consistent results, he was re-signed by Ferrari to be Fernando Alonso's teammate in 2014 and beyond.But, now 34, he told Sport Bild: "I will not drive in formula one for ever."I already said in my first time at Ferrari that this will be my last team," Raikkonen smiled. "As you can see, I have kept my word."
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