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Tuntematon Kimi Räikkönen

Kari Hotakainen Í 7 read

Novat myös muut kuljettajat tallipäälliköt mekaanikot fysiovalmentaja manageri ja aivan tavallinen formulafani Kirja kertoo ajamisesta perheestä luottamuksesta vapaa ajasta ja hänen tähänastisen elämänsä dramaattisista hetkistä Tulossa on hurja humoristinen ja liikuttava kirja joka avaa huiman maailman myös niille jotka eivät ole kiinnost. 45 I really enjoyed this book about my favourite Formula One star Insightful and very interesting into the life of Kimi I felt the book was a tad shallow at times and in depth which led to the lack of a star An entertaining read

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Uneet moottoriurheilusta Hienointa olisi jos voisi ajaa formula ykkösiä tuntemattomana Kimi sanoo ja varmistan että sanelin säilöi tämän ensimmäisen lauseen Ja näin sanoessaan Kimi tietää ettei sellaista maailma ole eikä tule Tuntemattomana voi ajaa partaa tai ruohonleikkuria ei seitsemän miljoonan euron kilpa autoa ote käsikirjoituksesta. A really messy biographyIt was about Kimi being Kimi through some random anecdotes from his life which was fine with me and less about Kimi the F1 champion Notherless I still love him dearly and it was really fun and nostalgic for me to go back in time to the beginning of his carrier and 2007 in bits that were presented which still remains my favourite era of F1 Fun time folks it was

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Mitä puhuu ihminen joka ei yleensä puhu Mitä ajattelee ihminen jonka moni tietää mutta harva tuntee Tuntematon Kimi Räikkönen on kertomus vaatimattomista oloista lähteneestä ihmisestä joka murtautui epätavallisen ammatin huipulle Tässä kirjassa Kimin lisäksi puhuvat myös hänen äitinsä veljensä vaimonsa ja uskotut ystävät Sanansa sa. The writing style of the book is very annoying Learned few interesting things about Kimi but there was no depth to the stories at all For example an “interview” of the author with Maurizio Arrivabene is only about half page long The author seems just to brag he met him I am sure Arrivabene has a lot of interesting things to say about Kimi and what kind of person he is but I guess we’ll never know Very disappointing book not recommended


About the Author: Kari Hotakainen

Kari Hotakainen is a Finnish writer Hotakainen started his writing career as a reporter in Pori In 1986 he moved to Helsinki He became a full time writer in 1996 He has two children with his wife sound technician Tarja Laaksonen whom he married in 1983 He has also worked as a copywriter and as a columnist for the Helsingin SanomatHis father Keijo Hotakainen worked as a storekeeper and p



10 thoughts on “Tuntematon Kimi Räikkönen

  1. says:

    This book was terribly written It was disjointed shallow and inconcise Chronological events were scattered around the book as were actual first hand statements given by Raikkonen himself Names were thrown around without any background information and the book failed to go into sufficient depth at most times There was no logical order to how it was laid out It was probably the worst 'biography' ever written and should be called 'Hotakainen's thoughts on Kimi Raikkonen' The author is clearly not a ghostwriter as he appears to be the main protagonist in this book It was so self serving painful to read The fact that he's an award winning author comes as a complete shock This book was written in an amateurish way at best When you market a book as being 320 pages long then make it 320 pages long Approximately 150 pages were filled with Raikkonen's complete results in every F1 GP he ever contested which is nearing 300 races This information could have easily been found on wikipedia and wasn't worthy of being included The only saving grace is that I was able to obtain a full refund from and I would urge others to do the same This book was a complete and utter disappointment as well as a waste of time It's a shame to give anything related to Kimi Raikkonen such a negative review but this book was truly pathetic


  2. says:

    After all those years and this biography too the Iceman continues to be something of an enigmaRTC


  3. says:

    The writing style of the book is very annoying Learned few interesting things about Kimi but there was no depth to the stories at all For example an “interview” of the author with Maurizio Arrivabene is only about half page long The author seems just to brag he met him I am sure Arrivabene has a lot of interesting things to say about Kimi and what kind of person he is but I guess we’ll never know Very disappointing book not recommended


  4. says:

    It was a personnel review not too much talk about the formulas Laughed a few times out loud thou had fun reading However one star was lost because I felt that the book's ending was too shallow


  5. says:

    This book is not a traditional biography It is partially about his road to F1 but it is about his philosophy on racing and life in general It also tells a lot about his family life One of my favourite drivers because he doesn't get involved in the whole F1 circus Just leave him alone and let him drive


  6. says:

    45 I really enjoyed this book about my favourite Formula One star Insightful and very interesting into the life of Kimi I felt the book was a tad shallow at times and in depth which led to the lack of a star An entertaining read


  7. says:

    A really messy biographyIt was about Kimi being Kimi through some random anecdotes from his life which was fine with me and less about Kimi the F1 champion Notherless I still love him dearly and it was really fun and nostalgic for me to go back in time to the beginning of his carrier and 2007 in bits that were presented which still remains my favourite era of F1 Fun time folks it was


  8. says:

    I think this book has two problems The first is that Kimi Raikkonen like most sportspeople is really not all that interesting The second is that the author while a perfectly competent writer does not know enough about motorsport to identify the aspects of his story that might be worth exploring in detailSo we get an awful lot about the fact that in dramatic contrast with such as Lance Stroll son of a billionaire businessman the Raikkonens really didn't have the kind of money needed to get even a foot on the first rung of circuit racing But the uestion of who actually did fund him and what they got in return is largely glossed over We know that the Robertsons a father and son driver management duo signed him up but the uestion of what they saw in him that so impressed them that rather than take a management fee from him they actually put up the hundred thousand pounds or so needed for a season in Formula Renault never really gets addressedMore remarkable still there's the uestion of why the Sauber Formula One team got it into their heads that it would be a good idea to give a test to an unknown driver who was the veteran of a tiny number of minor car races That he turned out to be sufficiently exceptional to get a contract with them despite the objection of then boss of the governing body Max Mosley who regarded him as too dangerously inexperienced to be given the reuired racing licence is in all honesty less significant than his ever getting the chance to demonstrate such ability in the first placeFor better or worse the author decides not to recount how Raikkonen narrowly missed out on the 2003 World Championship which had he won it would have made him the youngest championship ever up to that point or his narrow victory four years later The uestion of what motivated him to return to the sport two years after he had retired just short of his thirtieth birthday is scarcely touched on And instead we get a fairly extended diversion onto the really not very interesting subject of his relationship with his wife and children About which the most revealing thing really is that in contrasting Kimi family man with Kimi wild child we discover that the stories about his 12 day benders and James Hunt esue lifestyle had at least a grain of truth about them There might be an interesting book to be written about how a working class kid from the sticks became a world champion in a sport where access to family millions is so often reuired But this isn't really that book


  9. says:

    A sneak peek to publicly hidden world F1 superstar Kimi Raikkonen A sneak peak to the world of a extremely talented racing driver who doesn’t think to be super star or doesn’t like anything but driving his family friends loyalty and honesty Enjoyed a lot how one of the best Finnish authors Kari Hotakainen drew an image of Kimi’s person by using his ever so recognizable and enjoyable writing style It’s a great book Makes you want to invite Kimi for a beer Didn’t give all the five stars as I would like to have red a longer book But on the other hand when I stop thinking about who it was written about it is rather long book here’s the remaining one ⭐️My thank you goes for the both champions on their own fields And I recommend this book to anyone who think they know who Kimi is You’ll be surprised


  10. says:

    Finnish Formula 1 driver Kimi Räikkönen is famous of his laconic noncommunication style Kari Hotakainen is a well know author and verbal acrobat Excellent combination The book focused on the person not the sport Fun read


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