My Favourite Sportsman

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My favourite sportsman

Kimi Raikönnen is my favourite sportsman. He is a Finnish racing driver. When he joined the Sauber Formula 1 team he was only 21 and had raced in only 23 car races in his life. But he had won more than half of them. He won the Championship with Ferrari in 2007. Then he took a break from Formula 1 for a while and raced in rallies, but last year he returned back, driving for the Lotus team. Räikkönen is very calm, cool, and calculating in his race strategy and he is known for his absence of emotion which is why he is nicknamed 'The Iceman'. Whether he wins a race or his car breaks down and robs him of certain victory, he stays cool and detached, showing little emotion of any kind. There is nothing that really makes him upset, angry or happy for more than for fifteen minutes or so. It was unbelievable how Kimi appeared already at the beginning. Before his first race - just half an hour before the start - his team was preparing the start, but Raikkonen wasn’t there. They started to search for him and his engineer eventually found him, sleeping gently in a room at the back of the garage. He had to wake him up and he just said: “Jo, let me still sleep a bit. Give me 5 minutes.” Why do I like him so much? The answer is that he is a character and one who makes me laugh.

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