Finn says he is in no hurry to secure his 2011 plans

Kimi Raikkonen says he is still weighing up a return to Formula One.

The Finn switched to the World Rally Championship this season, but has been repeatedly linked with a return to single-seaters. Renault is the latest team reported to be interested in his services.

“I will make my decision completely calmly and without outside pressure," he said.

"Yes, I watch races on television, but I don't miss anything except for the driving. I have only a one year contract (in 2010) but I don't have any hurry to make any decisions."

Nicholas Prangnell

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24 June 2010

Good!, because he's yesterday's news as far as F1 is concerned,there's no seat for him at the moment anyway, ther's surfeit of talent jusdt now, young talent at that!

Peter Cavellini.

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