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And for those of you who don't know what WRC stands for, WRC = World Rally Championship.
One of the most challenging sports in the world. Where drivers drive their 2.0l cars down narrow roads competing for the fastest times through different stages over 3 days with almost no room for error. Yup, you get to see the most exciting of crashes in the WRC!
Like these: http://ie.youtube.com/watch?v=dWD0LTlcdWE

So lately i've been getting a little bored of F1 as Kimi has been performing quite poorly lately and he just might be moving into WRC next year after quitting F1 this year... Might be... But Kimi in WRC! That'ld be insane!!

Anyway, so here you can discuss about all things WRC related.

Currently in the 2008 championship Mikko Hirvonen is leading from the preceding champion Sebastien Loeb by 1 point. With 6 more rallies left, anyone of the two could win the championship.
#2
Kimi in WRC would be the same as Kimi in F1. When he's in the mood he'll beat everyone by miles. The rest of the time he'll be rubbish. Thus in place of anything interesting happening the main question will be "Can Kimi be arsed today?"
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Quote by smb
Kimi in WRC would be the same as Kimi in F1. When he's in the mood he'll beat everyone by miles. The rest of the time he'll be rubbish. Thus in place of anything interesting happening the main question will be "Can Kimi be arsed today?"

Kimi is the most bad ass driver in F1.
It really all depends on his mood.
Like in the beginning of this year many drivers were bitching about the removal of traction control from the cars and how its not very safe without them.
When Kimi was asked bout it, he just said its not gonna make him any slower and the other drivers bitching about it should just suck it up and deal with it!!
Also back in 2006 when Michael Schumacher was on his final podium as Kimi was gonna take him place next year, Kimi was asked about what he felt about it when Michael was on his last podium and Kimi replyed by saying "i don't know, i was taking taking a **** at that time"!!

He's really nuts and really doesn't give a **** about anything. First Mclaren were having a hard time dealing with him and now Ferrari are having a hard time with him!
#5
Quote by af_the_fragile
Like in the beginning of this year many drivers were bitching about the removal of traction control from the cars and how its not very safe without them.
When Kimi was asked bout it, he just said its not gonna make him any slower
How many times did Kimi spin in the first race without traction control? Who blew his engine because he was trying to catch up after being so crap all race? Oh yes, Kimi.

He's a crap champion (which he was gifted, and he knows it) and he is showing no signs of determination or the talent needed to retain it.
#6
Quote by smb
How many times did Kimi spin in the first race without traction control? Who blew his engine because he was trying to catch up after being so crap all race? Oh yes, Kimi.

He's a crap champion (which he was gifted, and he knows it) and he is showing no signs of determination or the talent needed to retain it.

People like to criticize him a lot. Well, he does deserve it. One race he's unstoppable, uncatchable. Next he's starting from the back of the grid and ends blowing his engine up.

But you can't really blame technical and mechanical failures on him. Its the cars fault. Though Kimi does like to push his car too hard and beyond its limits that he's probably has had more retirements than any other current F1 driver.

Oh and you Brits love Lewis. So no point in saying Kimi is better than Lewis here!