By any measure you care to use, the 2014 Formula 1 season must go down as the worst of Kimi Raikkonen's F1 career. Statistically speaking it is undeniably so.
The 2007 world champion was roundly beaten by Ferrari team-mate Fernando Alonso. Alonso qualified ahead more often and usually by a large margin. He scored 106 more points than his Finnish team-mate and finished six places further up in the drivers' championship (the largest gap between scoring team-mates on the grid).
Not since Raikkonen's rookie F1 season in 2001 has he fared this badly. This year marks the first time since that fledgling campaign he's failed to finish on the podium, and if you apply the current scoring system to his results for Sauber that season, he would be 11 points better off than he was this year.