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Kimi Räikkönen celebrates Alfa Romeo’s first Formula 1 win


Alfa Romeo won its first Formula 1 race in Silverstone on 13 May 1950. The finish line was crossed by Nino Farina, who would go on to win the world championship in an Alfa Romeo Gran Premio Tipo158. Today, another world champion, Kimi Räikkönen, stars in a video that draws an exciting parallel to celebrate that feat.

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