Everyone's favorite former NASCAR driver who is now back in Formula 1, Kimi Raikkonen, is leaving his current team, Lotus F1, for Ferrari in 2014.
Lotus announced the news on its Twitter account on Wednesday, though they did so with a twist wen confirming the news, as it included a picture of two rabbits, uh, having fun.
Well, one is. (Click here to see the tweet.)
Raikkonen is replacing Felipe Massa, who's departing Ferrari at the end of the year. He'll be teammates with Fernando Alonso. He's also rejoining the team that he won the 2007 F1 title with. He parted ways with Ferrari at the end of 2009 and drove rally cars for two years and made two NASCAR starts in 2011. Since coming back to the series with Lotus in 2012, he's won twice and is currently fourth in the points standings.
Lotus, we appreciate your sick sense of humor.
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