Kimi Raikkonen will end his Formula 1 career without having driven for Toto Wolff or Christian Horner – but it could have been different.

Counting Sauber and Alfa Romeo as one team, the Finn has raced for four different constructors with the others being McLaren, Ferrari and Lotus.

But talks did take place with both of the sport’s two highest-profile current team principals, although in Wolff’s case it was when he was working for Williams.

As for Red Bull, Raikkonen was in their discussions back in 2013 but they opted to promote Daniel Ricciardo from Toro Rosso for the following season instead.

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