Kimi Raikkonen selling custom Ferrari for €1.8 million

Kimi Raikkonen is the last Ferrari driver to win a Formula 1 championship.

Kimi Raikkonen, who recently retired from Formula 1 after almost two decades in the pinnacle of motorsport, has listed a Ferrari supercar for sale.

The car in question – a Ferrari F12tdf (Tour de France) – is being sold via a Switzerland-based car dealer for approximately €1.8 million.

The tdf is a limited-edition, track-focused version of the standard Ferrari F12, and just 799 were made.

Its V12 engine produces 770bhp, giving it a 0-100kph time of 2.9 seconds and a top speed of 211mph.

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They were initially sold at a price point of circa €550,000 when the car was unveiled some six years ago, but like many limited-edition cars, its price has appreciated considerably in the secondary market.

And, when you consider the fact that this particular Ferrari F12tdf was owned by Raikkonen – the last driver to win a Formula 1 championship for the Scuderia – it’s not difficult to justify its €1.8 million price tag.

Kimi Raikkonen's Ferrari F12 tdf.v1

Furthermore, according to Swiss auto-dealer Car Star AG, it has a one-off paintjob to match the colour of Raikkonen’s championship-winning Ferrari F2007.

Raikkonen raced with Ferrari from 2007 until 2009, before re-joining the Scuderia in 2014 and subsequently departing the team at the end of the 2018 season for Alfa Romeo.

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He raced with Alfa Romeo for three years, before eventually retiring from Formula 1 for good in December.

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