Any news ahmatilla not be passed to the UN recent report, according to which Finland has again been ranked the world's happiest country. Juniper-our people rise from 2012 onwards, published the top of the list years ago.
a UN report has hit the current week during the F1 series somevastaava of the eye. When the GP-the race for the celebrated intermediate the end of the week, F1 decided to confuse happy to discuss your own nasevalla way. Starring are, of course, the Finnish star Valtteri Bottas and Kimi Raikkonen .
– This week it was revealed that Finnish people are the happiest. But we know that already, right? the first tviitissä veisteltiin.
the Tweet was connected to a six-day overseas image Bottaksesta, which aired Australian GP win.
a Few minutes later the subject was resumed a short Räikkös-video. Video at last year's Australian GP winner Sebastian Vettel shakes the bottles of champagne and obviously preparing to irrigate in the same competition in the third established Raikkonen through the wet. Raikkonen to turn his eyes away, and raises his hand vettel was on top of the bottle. Words are not needed, the German got the message and is content to spray around itself.
Yeah, F1-carve two irony exudes the emoji with.
This is not the first time, when F1 takes the joy out of Raikkonen a bit eleisyydestä. Corresponding to the jawing has seen over the years many times.
The F1 ignored, that through 2019, the first race after the finns can be called not only the world happier also the world's fastest people. Bottas and Raikkonen acknowledged the Australian GP to a total of 30 points. On a shared second place are the Lewis Hamilton Uk, as Well as Vettel and Nico Hülkenbergin Germany. Both have the size to 18 points.
the Season continues next weekend in Bahrain.
If the above embed does not appear, you can also find it at this link.Video: evening magazine's F1-expert Jyrki lake grove the sum of Kimi Raikkonen completed the Australian GP. MM-score 1/21 after the race:
1. Valtteri Bottas 26
2. Lewis Hamilton 18
3. Max Verstappen 15
4. Sebastian Vettel 12
5. Charles Leclerc 10
6. Kevin Magnussen, 8
7. Nico Hulkenberg 6
8. Kimi Raikkonen 4
9. Lance Stroll 2
10. Daniil Kvjat 1
1. Mercedes 44
2. Ferrari 22
3. Red Bull 15
4. Haas 8
5. Renault 6
6. Alfa Romeo 4
7. Racing Point 2
8. Toro Rosso 1