Kimi Raikkonen ran into a dead end during the Brazilian Grand Prix

When we last saw fabled driver Kimi Raikkonen around these parts, he was getting his first F1 win since returning to the series by winning at Abu Dhabi.

During Sunday's rainy F1 finale at Brazil, Raikkonen was exporing new territory. And it didn't work out so well.

After sliding off-track in a corner, Raikkonen saw an opening in the wall beyond the track and pointed his car towards it. The only problem was that the access road didn't go anywhere. After gunning it up a hill, Raikkonen was forced to turn around and re-enter the circuit through the entrance he came in.

But the awesomeness doesn't end there. Instead of taking the access road back towards the track — that would have been the long way around, after all — Raikkonen veered his car to the right through the grass and rejoined the race. He finished 10th.

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