Raikkonen stars at FIA Awards, as Hamilton is crowned

Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes were officially crowned Formula 1 World Champions at the FIA’s prize-giving ceremony in St Petersburg, Russia, although the evening was topped by Kimi Raikkonen’s high-spirited antics as he received the third-placed trophy.

Raikkonen stars at FIA Awards, as Hamilton is crowned

All the FIA’s major champions were crowned, including the WRC’s Sebastien Ogier, Formula E’s Jean-Eric Vergne, World RX’s Johan Kristofferson, F2’s George Russell and European F3’s Mick Schumacher.

Across social media, attention was focused on Raikkonen, who is renowned for enjoying a party and appeared to be on top form…

 
 
 
 
 

Check out photos from the event below…

FIA Formula 1 World Championship for Drivers: Lewis Hamilton
FIA Formula 1 World Championship for Drivers: Lewis Hamilton
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Chase Carey, F1 CEO, Toto Wolff, Executive Director (Business), Mercedes AMG
Chase Carey, F1 CEO, Toto Wolff, Executive Director (Business), Mercedes AMG
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Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes-AMG F1, Jean Todt, FIA President, Chase Carey, F1 CEO, Toto Wolff, Executive Director (Business), Mercedes AMG
Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes-AMG F1, Jean Todt, FIA President, Chase Carey, F1 CEO, Toto Wolff, Executive Director (Business), Mercedes AMG
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Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari with Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes-AMG F1
Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari with Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes-AMG F1
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FIA Formula 2 Championship for Drivers: George Russell
FIA Formula 2 Championship for Drivers: George Russell
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FIA Formula E Championship 2017 - 2018: Jean-Éric Vergne (Driver) and Audi Sport ABT Schäffler (Team)
FIA Formula E Championship 2017 - 2018: Jean-Éric Vergne (Driver) and Audi Sport ABT Schäffler (Team)
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FIA World Rallycross Championship: Johan Kristoffersson (Driver) and PSRX Volkswagen Sweden (Team)
FIA World Rallycross Championship: Johan Kristoffersson (Driver) and PSRX Volkswagen Sweden (Team)
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FIA World Rally Championship: Sébastien Ogier (Driver), Julien Ingrassia (Co-Driver) and Toyota Gazoo Racing WRT Toyota (Team)
FIA World Rally Championship: Sébastien Ogier (Driver), Julien Ingrassia (Co-Driver) and Toyota Gazoo Racing WRT Toyota (Team)
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FIA Formula 1 World Championship for Drivers: Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Räikkönen with their runner up trophies
FIA Formula 1 World Championship for Drivers: Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Räikkönen with their runner up trophies
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Toyota Yaris WRC and Mercedes-AMG F1 W09
Toyota Yaris WRC and Mercedes-AMG F1 W09
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Mercedes-AMG F1 W09 of Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes-AMG F1 W09 of Lewis Hamilton
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Saint Petersburg overview
Saint Petersburg overview
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