With four races to go, and if Kimi Raikkonen races in all four of them, he will overtake Fernando Alonso to be the second on the list of Formula One drivers with maximum starts. With him being 40 years, it remains to be seen whether he will drive next season. As it stands (after 2019 Japanese Grand Prix), he needs four starts (currently at 308 starts) to be second and fourteen starts to be at the top (currently Rubens Barrichello with 322 starts).


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