It's true Kimi did not performed as good as spected in Ferrari, despite the 2007 title (he deserved it but woldn't be possible without McLaren suicide). But he will pay the highest price for the Santander-McLaren-Ferrari maneuver, I'll try to explain myself. Ferrari wanted Alonso, and Santander (Spanish biggest bank and one of the biggest F1 sponsor's) wanted Alonso in Ferrari, so what Santander did to be able to do that? - Sponsoring Ferrari to bring Alonso there. - More important: mantain (nobody thought that could happen) McLaren sponsoring and pay the transfer for Kimi for 2010 season, so there is a free seat in Ferrari for Alonso. Of course they own Abbey and other British banks so it's also interesting for them in this sense. What this means?, it means that Kimi will arrive to a team that really didn't wanted him to be there instead Kovalainen, that was clearly a second driver in not same conditions as McLaren beloved driver and star Hamilton. It is believed that Hamilton is not keen on the prospect of teaming up with Raikkonen. "At the moment I'm very happy with how things are in the team but we have to see what happens," he said. - F1-Live I think Kimi will suffer a lot in McLaren because I think he's as fast as Hamilton and we all know what happened in 2007, since McLaren realized that Hamilton is one of the best drivers in actual grid and can become a legend, they preffer him to win over any other driver. Ok, it's normal, it's home product, raised inside the team and is British, nothing to say, but what would happen to Kimi?... hopefully with no fuel strategy everything would be easier for him but anyway he has to know he will be the number two. I think McLaren was honest after 2007 season not taking another very-top driver and let Hamilton rule the team, but now, and not because them but because sponsoring, they are going back to 2007 situation but with Kimi instead of Alonso. Maybe Kimi character is better than Alonso's for that, Alonso just can't shut up, no matter if he has reason or not he says what he thinks in that precise momment and sometimes that's like a bomb for team stability... Kimi simply didn't talk... but means this he doesn't suffer?, don't think so. So I think the big looser in all this history is Kimi, hope everything goes good for him, F1 is about speed, he's not smiling or making friends in F1 but he's probably the pure fastest driver in actual grid. Cya!.