WATCH: Sato's first podium and Raikkonen's last win – 5 feelgood moments from F1 history in the USA


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When Kimi Raikkonen retires at the end of this season he will bring the curtain down on a Formula 1 career that stretches back two decades. The Iceman exploded onto the Grand Prix racing scene as a raw but lightning quick 22-year-old back in 2001, and will finally hang up his helmet as the driver with the most race starts in F1 history.

His career has had plenty of highlights – not least his 2007 world championship win with Ferrari – but perhaps one of the best was when he finally broke his wins duck to take victory in the US Grand Prix back in 2018, after a wait of 113 races.

Remember that moment, plus Takuma Sato's first ever F1 podium, Daniel Ricciardo and Daniil Kvyat's dance moves, and the 'neeeeooooom guy', in the video up top...

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