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12/05/2017

Scuderia Ferrari drivers and LaLiga Santander's ex-players compete in karting and football on the occasion of the Spanish F1 GP

  • Vettel, Räikkönen and Gené competed each in a team with the ex-players: Morientes, Karembeu and Senna. Räikkönen and Karembeu won the competition.


Montmeló (Barcelona), 12 May 2017. Banco Santander united for the first time Scuderia Ferrari drivers Sebastian Vettel, Kimi Räikkönen and Marc Gené with former professional football players of LaLiga who are currently LaLiga ambassadors, Spain’s Fernando Morientes, Christian Karembeu from France and Brazil’s Marcos Senna. The six competed at the Barcelona-Catalunya circuit to celebrate Spain’s F1 GP that will take place this weekend.

The six formed three teams made up of one Scuderia Ferrari driver and one footballer to compete on Thursday at the Santander Challenge, which consisted of three tests: karting, football and a quiz on F1 and football. The pair formed by Räikkönen and Karembeu won the competition with 9 points, ahead of Vettel and Morientes, with 7 points, and Gené and Senna, with 3 points.

Karting opened the competition which was won by Vettel and Morientes. For the soccer match, where the drivers had to demonstrate their skill and score goals with help from the ex-footballers, Räikkönen was in top form and scored the most points for his team. Finally, the expertise demonstrated by Räikkönen and Karembeu, with controversy in some questions, during the quiz secured the championship for them.
 

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