F1i's Driver Ratings for the 2019 Canadian GP

Kimi Raikkonen (P15): 5/10
Where's the speed gone? Alfa Romeo started the year with a car that - while not a game changer - at least looked to be a solid basis on which the team could build on. But as the season has progressed the C38 appears instead to have gone into a nose dive as far as performance is concerned. Kimi Raikkonen opened his Montreal account with sixth place in FP1 but after that struggled to get out of the bottom five in any of the weekend's sessions. Neither he nor the team seemed to have any idea how to improve their situation heading into the race. And while Kimi is one of those quicksilver drivers who can pull off a spectacular upset when the mood takes him, he's also capable of simply shrugging and falling into a slump when things are not going so well. Unfortunately, the Canadian Grand Prix was an example of one of the latter.