Well, he is remarkably consistent so in order for Heidfeld's record to still stand Raikkonen will have to be crashed out by someone else or suffer a mechanical failure within the next 12 races.Not Heidfeld! Kimi is the first, of the current drivers, to win a race (Sepang 03). He also has 38 fastest laps, only behind Prost (41) and Schumacher (77). Vettel has his 37th pole already. Statswise he will have destroyed everyone by the end of his career.
Speaking of which, Heidfeld could easily be in Raikkonen's place now. Why was he offered a McLaren seat over Heidfeld in 2002 despite being outperformed by him during their year as teammates? Granted he was a rookie in 2001 but it's not like Heidfeld was exactly a veteran back then with only one year of prior experience. Here is an unfortunate case of unfulfilled potential, just like Jean Alesi. At least the latter was able to win ONE race :(