The Frontstretch: Top Ten Other Things Kimi Raikkonen Plans to Do In the States by Jeff Meyer -- Wednesday June 1, 2011

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Kimi Raikkonen spent two weeks racing at Charlotte but it’s up in the air whether he’ll make another start in NASCAR. So while he’s busy figuring out his future… there’s plenty of time to go and see the sights!

10. Change his name to “Keni” so the other NASCAR drivers will stop making fun of him.

9. Hang out with Charlie Sheen so maybe he, too, can be WINNING!

8. Hang out at the Uptown Cabaret in downtown Charlotte.

7. Take Dancing With the Stars by storm.

6. Ditto American Idol… no wait, that won’t work… he’s Finnish.

5. Get someone to loan him a fancy Lexus like Kyle Busch.

4. Date Danica.

3. Try his hand at NASCAR (but harder this time).

2. Collect money for the Alabama and Missouri tornado victims.

1. Secure a dual sponsorship, combining Perky Jerky and ExtenZe so people will REALLY love his meat.

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