The Formula One circus arrives in Budapest this weekend for the Hungarian Grand Prix with the championship on a knife edge with Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel leading Mercedes Lewis Hamilton by one point as the teams prepare for the final race before the Summer break.
Despite the impending on track action, the debate about the FIA’s decision to introduce the Halo device from 2018 rumbles on.
The drivers opinion of the device has been mixed with several not convinced about the new device however one driver who carried out extensive testing of the Halo device has welcomed it’s introduction.
Speaking ahead of this weekend’s Hungarian Grand Prix, Kimi Raikkonen commented by saying:
We won’t even notice.
“It’s purely for safety and I think it’s a good thing.
“If we can avoid one serious accident because of that, I think it’s the price to pay for sure.
Raikkonen heads into this weekend’s Hungarian Grand Prix off the back of a podium finish at the British Grand Prix in Silverstone last time out.