“There’s a question mark over fuel loads and we won’t get an answer to that until the first pit stops tomorrow afternoon,â€ reflected Kimi Raikkonen after qualifying.
Indeed, the rumor in the
The theory seems to be grounded on an over-zealous interpretation of the Englishman’s body language in the post qualifying press conference than any sound insight.
Who wouldn’t? One wonders if the assembled media, in their quest to read something deeper into the
"I just need the toilet, that’s all," the man from
Leaving aside the significance of
It wouldn’t be a total surprise to see the McLaren ace run longer into the race than his rivals. He has form after all. Recall 2007, the 23-year-old had an extra six laps of fuel than the Ferraris at the time of his tyre failure and was beginning to close on Kimi Raikkonen in second place.
And his infamous charge through the pack in the 2006 GP2 race reminds us all of just how quick he can be around Istanbul Speed Circuit.