F1 » Barrichello refuses to give up on F1

Rubens Barrichello says he hopes his F1 career isn't yet over despite IndyCar link

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BATJ - Unregistered

January 30, 2012 10:19 AM

This man continues surprising me. He's still not ready to give up his place to fresh blood drivers. He still believes he's irreplaceable. His willingness to stay is inexplicable to me really...

CHRIS - Unregistered

January 30, 2012 10:56 AM

but of cos he would and wish to stay and race his heart out..but he may have to wait a while longer or next season?..he may take over schmacher when he retires from merc gp..RB fits 100% with Rosberg..and he good too...Rb may have to wait and see..merc GP should consider his offer-drive..next season...

real ron'sgoldenboy - Unregistered

January 30, 2012 12:26 PM

If Ross hadnt sabotaged Rubens in 2009 he would be a F1 champ and not Button. They said Button is better for F1 image than the old balding Brazilian at the time. Quite sad story.

Now that fake Ron has registered i will give up on crash.


January 30, 2012 2:03 PM

TBH no Rob i don't know how many Americans are participating in Indy, but it would be nice to see an f1 driver who is athe twilight of his carrer go to the US and win it in his first season like Nige did in 93 i remember watching that series on Eurosport as a youngster Nigel was brilliant the likes of Tracey,Rahall,Andretti juniour and Emerson who were seasoned Indy drivers just could not handle the swashbuckling Mansell. I suppose it would be a big ask for Barrichello to do the same.

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