Kimi Raikkonen’s championship car and Seasick Steve’s old camper van are to be put under the hammer alongside a star studded line up of classic cars
Formula One star Kimi Raikkonen’s 2000 Tatuus Formula Renault will be auctioned at no reserve by international auctioneers Coys on Saturday 10th January at the Autosport International racing car show.
The Tatuus Formula Renault was manufactured in 2000 and bought by Manor Motorsport that year, who contested the British Formula Renault Championship with former Formula One World Champion Kimi Raikkonen as their driver. Kimi won seven out of ten events in the Formula Renault UK, winning the Championship in this car in 2000. The car was then driven by Leighton Walker, who retired in 2001, and was rebuilt in 2005 by Manor Motorsport with its original engine, gearbox and monocoque. It is offered at no reserve.