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Rubens Barrichello set for shock return?

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thelogicalview

October 03, 2013 6:55 PM

More than a bit desperate for both parties I would have thought. I thought Barichello was nicely slotted into an Brazilian TV spot and was content driving stock cars. I t can't make any sense to bring him back when there are so many young drivers available. How about Kamui Koybayshi fo one!

thelogicalview

October 03, 2013 6:55 PM

More than a bit desperate for both parties I would have thought. I thought Barichello was nicely slotted into an Brazilian TV spot and was content driving stock cars. I t can't make any sense to bring him back when there are so many young drivers available. How about Kamui Koybayshi fo one!

thelogicalview

October 03, 2013 6:57 PM

More than a bit desperate for both parties I would have thought. I thought Barichello was nicely slotted into an Brazilian TV spot and was content driving stock cars. I t can't make any sense to bring him back when there are so many young drivers available. How about Kamui Koybayshi fo one!

JJJ

October 03, 2013 10:22 PM

Some guys don't know when to stop. You can't fault Barri for wanting to keep driving these cars but some people around him and especially the current teams should probably make it clear that it's over.

EdOz

October 04, 2013 7:59 AM

I can see the logic there... the guy helped develop Ferrari's car when the team was at its best so I'm sure he knows a thing or 2 and that will obviously be very welcome for next year's car given the changes in the rules.

I'm not sure Rubens would go for it but they could have the best of both worlds by hiring him as a test driver. This way they can have a driver that can stick around for longer (i.e. Hulkenberg even...) and have Barrichello drive the car on Friday practices to help develop it and set it up instead of the young Russian dude.

Also, Massa already said he won't drive for a team that can't offer him a decent car, he'd rather race elsewhere or quit in that case.

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