Kimi Raikkonen recently released his biography “The Unknown Kimi Raikkonen” in which he reveals a lot of interesting details about his life.

The Finn with the nickname Iceman, who in 2007 became Ferrari’s world champion and has been one of the most popular racers in the world for many years, was especially famous for his wild private life, which was characterized by fun and alcohol, especially at the beginning of his racing career.

In his biography, Raikkonen reveals many details from the beginning of his career from the Formula Renault to Formula 1, where he drove for Sauber, McLaren and Ferrari until retirement in 2009.

Finn thus reveals that in 2012, when he was racing for Lotus, he continuously partying for 16 consecutive days between his races in Bahrain and Spain with friends and a lot of alcohol. Kimi then won the third place in Barcelona, despite his 2 weeks drinking campaign.

The first edition of Raikkonen’s biography was sold out in Finland in a few days.

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