Kimi Raikkonen's move from Ferrari to Alfa Romeo has probably worked better than most people had anticipated over the course of 2019. He reached the age of 40 last month and the Iceman shows no signs of slowing down just yet.
When it became clear last year that the Finnish veteran would finally be ousted from Maranello, making way for Charles Leclerc, many observers assumed that he would call it a day with no top seats available.
But Raikkonen had other ideas and he quickly put together a deal with Fred Vasseur to join Alfa. In doing so he was returning to the team with which he started his F1 career back in 2001, albeit one that's changed a great deal over the years - aside from the continued presence of long-time team manager Beat Zehnder, one of Raikkonen's closest friends.