F1 » Homage to F1’s nicest guy

Rubens Barrichello may have found himself eased into retirement after the 2011 Brazilian Grand Prix. Zoltan Karpathy looks back over his storied career.

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AlanH - Unregistered

November 28, 2011 10:46 AM

If Rubens is on the way out of F1 (and a lot of people are jumping to the conclusion that he is), all I can say is that it is difficult to understand how someone of his capabilities is on the scrap heap at the same time that Jarno Trulli remains in the sport and Pedro de la Rosa is called back out of retirement. OK, so Rubens is off the radar of the top teams, but he could bring so much to one of the midfield or backmarker teams. Rubens in a Caterham next year and Trulli dumped? That's my dream. Rubens has given so much to the sport over the years, it seems sad he won't get a 20th season, if that is how it does turn out. Top guy!

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