Formula 1 veteran Kimi Raikkonen holds quite a few records. One of these is that he is the only racer to win in the V10, V8 and V6 engine periods. In addition, he shares another very special record with his compatriot Keke Rosberg. Namely, they are the only racers in history who won more races in the season when they did not win the world title than in the season when they managed to conquer the competition. In terms of the number of victories in the season, the most successful season for Raikkonen is 2005, when he won as many as seven times, but was still not looking forward to the title. It belonged to Fernando Alonso. In the 2007 season, when he managed to become world champion, he recorded six victories. Keke Rosberg, on the other hand, recorded two wins in 1985 and was left without a title. In his 1982 championship, however, only one.
For several years now, Keke Rosberg has been praising her son Nico Rosberg only more quietly, as they have an agreement not to appear in public much. Yet Keke’s recent successes led his son to have an interview for the German newspaper Auto Bild motorsport. "Everything is going well for him at the moment," Keke praised his son's six consecutive victories. Even on the "list of the best", Keke is far behind his son. Nico Rosberg set the 17th record of his career last weekend. His father had only five wins during his nine-year active career. “In the last six months alone, Nico has achieved more victories than I have in my entire active career,” he was proud in his conversation. Statistically, Keke is not the only father to have been beaten by his son in his Formula 1 career. Damon Hill is in his k