F1i's Driver Ratings for the 2019 Mexican GP

Kimi Raikkonen (Retired, L58): 6.5/10
Kimi Raikkonen certainly put the effort in this weekend - he completed more laps than anyone (tied with Albon) in the damp final practice - but nothing he did seemed able to unlock the uncertain potential of the Alfa Romeo. While he managed to pip Antonio Giovinazzi in qualifying, he then got squeezed at the start of the race and was left with a substantial chunk of damage to the floor of the car which left him struggling for the rest of the afternoon. He peaked in 11th position just before his pit stop on lap 15, but never really looked like threatening for the points thereafter. After 50 laps, the damage to the C38's cooling system resulted in spiralling engine temperatures and the Finn was left with no option but to retire from the race without ever having been able to show what he might have been able to do in Mexico in different circumstances.