Backpfeifengesicht: a German word that means "a face badly in need of a fist." Kimi Raikkoenen thinks that, given Sergio Perez's reckless driving at the Monaco Grand Prix, and most other races, Perez has a backpfeifengesicht. When asked if some advice from fellow drivers would help Perez, Raikkonen responded, "No, that won't help. Maybe someone should punch him in the face."

If it weren't for Sergio's uncontrolled aggression and resultant crash, Kimi wouldn't have had to stop to deal with a tire puncture. That stop cost him a few places and nine points, which is important when somebody is actually in striking distance of the seemingly unstoppable Vettel's score.

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[via The Daily Mail]