F1 » Barrichello out of league with new technology?

Could Rubens Barrichello's poor Melbourne performance be put down to the amount of work required to pilot a modern F1 car?

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Luke - Unregistered

April 08, 2011 10:00 AM

Like Mika, did he just pay Michael a big complement or what? Rubens drove a great attacking race in the Williams which would have got the better of him sooner rather then later if he were perturbed by technology. I don't agree that the error was due to an overly populated steering wheel... but rather an overly eager Rubens who miss judged Nico's intentions. Unfair comment based on opinion and nothing more.

Dutch69Camaro - Unregistered

April 08, 2011 11:08 AM

@Luke: That's what thought imediately too. Michael obviousely handles this pretty well dispite his age. So my guess is that Mika too would be able to do this. Being a world champ again? Probably not (Mika nor Michael) but never say never...

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