Michael Schumacher believes that the main person standing in the way of his seventh F1 title is not one of the quick Williams-BMW drivers, but rather the icy Finn, Kimi Raikkonen.

Michael Schumacher believes that the main person standing in the way of his seventh F1 title is not one of the quick Williams-BMW drivers, but rather the icy Finn, Kimi Raikkonen.

Raikkonen took the nail-biting title fight to the final race in last year's championship and managed to secure the second spot after Schumacher. Three months late, it seems Schumacher has not forgotten how close the battle was, and admits that it is the McLaren driver who most concerns him.

Speaking at Barcelona where he was testing alongside the fiery new Williams-BMW FW26's, Schumacher seemed unconcerned by the Williams' performance. He said: "The dangerous one is not here. He's testing somewhere else."

The "dangerous one" can only be Raikkonen, who was privately testing the McLaren at Valencia.

Another person who shares Schumacher's concerns is Ferrari president, Luca di Montezemolo.

Di Montezemolo thinks Kimi Raikkonen is the best driver on the grid after the Ferrari pairing of Schumacher and Rubens Barrichello and may even have his eye on the Finn for the future.

"He is very young but is the best driver behind Michael Schumacher and Barrichello," he said. "He has a five-year contract with McLaren but we must think of the future and make long-term plans."

Original article from Car