Kimi Raikkonen has been admonished by Daniel Suarez that he will go up against "forceful" adversaries at Watkins Glen on the grounds that the NASCAR series contrasts from Formula 1 in its way to deal with dashing.
Subsequent to leaving Formula 1 toward the finish of the past season, Raikkonen immediately got the dashing tingle once more and declared he would make a unique appearance in the Cup Series for Trackhouse's Project 91.
The Finn has recently exhibited his capacities by dragging a Chevrolet Camaro through a lot of hardship out and about course at Virginia International Raceway during a driver direction test.
Suarez has cautioned that nothing can set him up for the "forceful" hustling he will experience this end of the week, notwithstanding the way that he has realized what the vehicle is "somewhat doing," as he expressed it.
The NASCAR race victor told Motorsport.com, "I think he'll be quick."
"The speed is there, and the hustling viewpoint will be a cycle in light of the fact that the dashing part is the hustling part,
paying little mind to how much practice you put in on the test system or the number of tests you that take.