Formula 1 star Kimi Raikkonen has admitted he is considering a switch to the World Rally Championship when his Ferrari deal ends next season.
Raikkonen makes his debut in the WRC at this weekend's Rally Finland, driving his own Abarth Grande Punto – a car that he has used on domestic rallies three times earlier this season.
Asked whether he would consider a career move to rallying, he said: "Yeah, definitely. I am still in Formula 1 and I still have a one-year contract [but] anything can happen after that.
"Everything is open, but I always enjoy rallying. It's nice be part of [the] rally and to learn. I'm too young to stop driving, so even if I do stop in F1, I have to do something else.
"Maybe it's Formula 1 in the future – it depends which way it goes. Rallying is in a position where nobody is sure where it will be in a few years. I'm not in a hurry. I have at least one year to make my mind up."