Kimi Raikkonen is notorious for his matter-of-fact manner in press conferences, and he was at it again ahead of the Singapore Grand Prix.
The Finnish driver has agreed to join Sauber for the next two seasons, after Ferrari decided to replace him with Sauber’s Charles Leclerc.
Raikkonen, who was the last driver to win a world championship with Ferrari, back in 2007, made his debut with Sauber in 2001.
However, there’s no doubt that the move is a step down for the 38-year-old, and thus he was asked why he had made this particular decision during the first press conferences of the weekend in Singapore.
“Because I want to go,” Raikkonen responded. Watch more on what he said below:
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