The Finn will take part in the first free practice on Friday and will take stock next
Kimi Raikkonen is in the paddock of Francorchamps. The Finn was injured and suffered a muscle tear, which is why Sauber called back Marcus Ericsson (the Swede was out for the Indy Car round in Portland) and asked him to be
"stand by", ready to jump into the car in case the former world champion could not ensure his role throughout the weekend, a decision to be made at the latest for Saturday's free practice tests.
"The situation is improving day by day, but I do not know how it will go once I'm in the car," has indicated
"Iceman". "It's not the same as in the simulator, it's going to be in my head and I'm going to play this GP, I love this track and I really hope I do not have to miss this race."
When asked how he was injured, Kimi replied.
"By doing sports, I would have done better to stay at the bar, it's less dangerous …"