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Rubens Barrichello
Barrichello 2002.jpg
Barrichello at the 2002 United States Grand Prix
FIA Super Licence Flag of Brazil Brazil
Formula One World Championship career
2008 teamHonda Racing F1
2008 car #17
2009 teamTBA
Races271 (267 starts)
List of Formula One World Drivers' Champions0
Wins9
Podiums62
Career points530
Pole position13
Fastest lap15
First race1993 South African Grand Prix
First win2000 German Grand Prix
Last win2004 Chinese Grand Prix
Last race2008 Brazilian Grand Prix
2008 Formula One season position14th (11 pts)

Rubens Gonçalves Barrichello (born May 23, 1972 in São Paulo (city)) is a Brazil Formula One racing driver. He drove for Honda Racing F1 in the 2008 season, but Honda F1 have now quit Formula One, and the only chance that Barrichello will continue to drive for the same team (under a different name) is that Honda can find a buyer for the team.

As a young, aspiring driver, Barrichello looked up to the late Ayrton Senna, and when he joined Formula One, Senna in return considered him his protégé. As of the 2008 Formula One season Barrichello is the only driver left competing in Formula One to have raced against the likes of Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost making Barrichello the last remaining link in F1 to that era. Barrichello has scored the seventh List of Formula One driver records. Barrichello drove for Ferrari from 2000 Formula One season to 2005 Formula One season, as Michael Schumacher's teammate, enjoying considerable success. Schumacher's retirement at the end of 2006 Formula One season made Barrichello the most experienced driver on the grid, and at the 2008 Turkish Grand Prix he became the most experienced driver in F1 history.

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Early life


Both his father and paternal grandfather are also named Rubens,[1] and Barrichello shares his father's birthday: May 23.[2] Therefore, Rubens Barrichello was known as Rubinho (Portuguese language for "little Rubens"), which has become his nickname.

Barrichello won five Karting titles in Brazil before going to Europe to race in the Formula Vauxhall Lotus series in 1990. In his first year, he won the championship, a feat he replicated the following year in the British Formula Three Championship, beating David Coulthard. He very nearly joined Formula One, the highest category of Open wheel racing, at just 19 years of age. Instead he competed in International Formula 3000 in 1992. He finished third in the championship, and joined the Jordan Grand Prix Formula One team for the 1993 Formula One season. During this time, and also early in his Formula 1 career, Rubens lived in Banbury, Oxfordshire, UK.

Formula One career


1993-1996: Jordan

Barrichello had an effective Rookie year. In his third race, the 1993 European Grand Prix, he started from 12th place in very wet conditions but was fourth by the end of the first lap. He ran as high as second and was running third, having passed the Williams of Damon Hill and Alain Prost, before encountering a fuel problem. His Jordan's reliability in 1993 was poor, and he finished few races. Barrichello regularly outpaced his more experienced teammates, Ivan Capelli and Thierry Boutsen. In the 1993 French Grand Prix, he almost scored his first grand prix point (and the team's first that year) but Michael Andretti passed Barrichello for the sixth and final point-paying position on the final lap. His only points finish of the season came at the 1993 Japanese Grand Prix with fifth place, ahead of his new teammate Eddie Irvine. These 2 points put him in 18th place in the 1993 standings.

1994 Formula One season started well with a fourth place in 1994 Brazilian Grand Prix and a third place at 1994 Pacific Grand Prix, which earned him his maiden podium position. These results put Barrichello in second place in the drivers' ranking at that moment, behind Michael Schumacher, who had won the two races. However, at the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix, Barrichello's career nearly ended when he suffered a violent crash during Friday practice. His car hit the wall in Variante Bassa, turning him upside down. This accident knocked him unconscious and threatened his life, with his tongue blocking his airway. Quick action by officials ensured survival. During the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix, his mentor Ayrton Senna crashed his Williams at high speed and died. Despite this deep personal loss, Barrichello recovered his confidence and raced strongly, making good races and taking Pole position at the 1994 Belgian Grand Prix, and leading some laps at the 1994 Portuguese Grand Prix. His pole position at the 1994 Belgian Grand Prix set the record for the youngest driver to secure pole position at that time. He finished the 1994 season sixth in the List of Formula One World Drivers' Champions with 19 points, ahead of teammate Eddie Irvine, who scored six points.

1995 Formula One season was highlighted by a second place finish in 1995 Canadian Grand Prix, but the Jordan cars were less reliable than in 1994. In three races he lost a total of 7 points on the final lap - a collision at 1995 British Grand Prix, and mechanical failures at 1995 Spanish Grand Prix and 1995 Hungarian Grand Prix. Barrichello finished the season in 11th with 11 points, one ahead of Irvine.

There were high hopes for 1996 Formula One season, when the Jordan team took over the works Peugeot engine contract from the McLaren team. The Benson & Hedges cigarette brand brought an infusion of sponsorship to the team. Barrichello was amongst the frontrunners at the 1996 Brazilian Grand Prix, the second race of the season, before spinning off after his brakes overheated.[3] However as the season progressed, Jordan became less competitive. Barrichello's relationship with team owner Eddie Jordan soured during 1996, and at the end of the year, after been linked to strong teams, he left for the newly formed Stewart Grand Prix.

1997-1999: Stewart

Barrichello at the 1997 Canadian Grand Prix.

1997 Formula One season was a difficult first year for the team, and Barrichello only finished three races. The highlight was a second place finish in 1997 Monaco Grand Prix, which put him 13th in the standings. Teammate Jan Magnussen scored no points. The same year, Barrichello married Silvana Giaffone on February 24. She is a cousin of Brazilian Indy Racing League driver Felipe Giaffone and a niece of the Stock Car Brasil champions, Affonso Giaffone Filho and Zeca Giaffone.

1998 was not much better for Stewart. Two fifth places were the best in the season. Despite the poor reliability of the team, Barrichello performed well and consistently beat teammate Magnussen, which resulted in the latter being dropped at the 1998 French Grand Prix, replaced by Jos Verstappen, another teammate beaten by Barrichello.

1999 Formula One season was a much better year for the Stewart team. Barrichello qualified third at the 1999 Brazilian Grand Prix, outpacing Michael Schumacher's Ferrari, and led some laps, to delight of the local fans, until his engine blew near 'Subida dos Boxes'. He also took pole position in the wet qualifying session in France and three podium finishes, at the 1999 San Marino Grand Prix, 1999 French Grand Prix, and 1999 European Grand Prix Grands Prix. The latter race was won by teammate Johnny Herbert. Despite this, Barrichello again generally outpaced his teammate. Over the course of the year, he caught the eye of Ferrari boss Jean Todt, and he was signed for the 2000 Formula One season season.

2000-2005: Ferrari

Barrichello in his Ferrari at the 2002 United States Grand Prix.

Barrichello achieved his first grand prix victory at the 2000 German Grand Prix at Hockenheimring after starting the race from 18th place on the grid. This was the longest any driver in Formula One history has waited for a maiden grand prix win. Barrichello had a consistent debut season for Ferrari, finishing most races on the podium, but was outpaced by the other three reliable cars: Schumacher, Häkkinen and Coulthard. Barrichello finished the season ranked fourth after supporting Michael Schumacher as he battled and defeated Mika Häkkinen for the 2000 Formula One Championship, and helping Ferrari win the constructors' championship.

Barrichello finished the 2001 Formula One season season in third place, achieving a total of 10 podium finishes and scoring a total of 56 championship points. He again played a major supporting role for Michael Schumacher, helping him win his second drivers' championship with Ferrari and helping the team win the constructors' championship for its third consecutive year.

Barrichello's success at Ferrari continued in 2002 Formula One season, when he won four races for the team and finished a career best second place in the drivers' championship, scoring 77 championship points. The year was marked by controversy, however, when the Ferrari team orders required Barrichello to allow the trailing Michael Schumacher to pass him at the final straight of the 2002 Austrian Grand Prix to take the victory. Michael Schumacher exchanged podium places with Barrichello at the podium ceremony and gave Barrichello the winner's trophy. The drivers were fined for disrupting podium protocol and Ferrari's blatant team orders led to the FIA banning team orders beginning in 2003 Formula One season.

Barrichello's#2 status at Ferrari was made obvious after he moved over to let Michael Schumacher win at the 2002 Austrian Grand Prix.

Barrichello finished the 2003 Formula One season season in fourth place, scoring 65 points, including wins at the 2003 British Grand Prix and the 2003 Japanese Grand Prix. He again played a crucial role in helping Michael Schumacher and Ferrari win the drivers' and constructors' championships.

In the 2004 Formula One season season, Barrichello finished second behind teammate Michael Schumacher in only seven of the first thirteen races, but he won both the 2004 Italian Grand Prix and the 2004 Chinese Grand Prix to clinch second place in the championship, finishing the year with 114 points and 14 podiums.

Though Barrichello had good cars during his Ferrari era, his best result at his home race was a third place at the 2004 Brazilian Grand Prix. He has failed to finish eleven of the fifteen Brazilian Grand Prix in which he has competed.

In the 2005 Formula One season season, Ferrari lacked the pace of previous years due to changing tyre rules. Ferrari used Bridgestone tyres, which were less effective than those of their competitors Michelin. Barrichello's best results this season were two second places: first at the 2005 Australian Grand Prix and then at the controversial 2005 United States Grand Prix at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. He finished the season in eighth place in the drivers' standing with 38 points, his worst season with the Maranello team.

2006 onwards: Honda

Barrichello at the 2006 Canadian Grand Prix.

In August 2005 he announced that he would be leaving Ferrari at the end of the year to join Honda Racing F1.

Barrichello's lucky number is "11," which was the number his kart bore when he won his first race. In the 2006 Formula One season, his new teammate Jenson Button gave Barrichello the number for his car in goodwill. Barrichello was initially outpaced by Button, and claimed that the car did not suit his driving style, particularly in its braking style. After modifications to the car he was able to be more competitive. At the 2006 Monaco Grand Prix, he nearly got his first podium with the team, but then he was given a Formula One regulations for speeding in the pit lane and finished fourth. Though he lost a podium, it was the best result at the Monaco Grand Prix for Honda (as a team) or any Japanese team. For the race Barrichello exchanged helmets with Tony Kanaan, a Brazilian Indy Racing League driver and one of his best friends. On the same weekend, Kanaan raced in the 2006 Indianapolis 500 race using Barrichello's helmet. Barrichello qualified third for the 2006 Chinese Grand Prix, ahead of Schumacher and Räikkönen. He finished the season seventh in the drivers' standings with 30 points, 26 behind Button.

Barrichello driving for Honda at the 2007 British Grand Prix.
Barrichello driving for Honda at the 2008 Canadian Grand Prix.

Barrichello did not score any points during the 2007 season, mostly due to the Honda RA107's lack of pace. Despite retiring only twice, a ninth place in the British Grand Prix was his best result of the season and he only once qualified in the top 10. He finished the standings in 20th place, behind weaker cars such as Takuma Sato's Super Aguri and Adrian Sutil's Spyker.

Honda confirmed on July 19, 2007, that Barrichello would remain with the team as a race driver for the 2008 Formula One season.[4] This gave him the opportunity of making the five race starts he required to break Riccardo Patrese's record for the driver that has started the most Grands Prix, a record that had stood for 14 years.

In the first race of the 2008 season, Barrichello qualified 10th, ahead of Button. He finished 6th but was disqualified for ignoring a red light at the pit exit. He also received a stop-and-go penalty during the race for entering the pits while they were closed during a safety car period. In the 2008 Malaysian Grand Prix, gearbox problems limited his performance and he finished 13th. In the 2008 Bahrain Grand Prix he again finished out of the points.

The 2008 Turkish Grand Prix was Barrichello's 257th Grand Prix, breaking Riccardo Patrese's record of 256 Grand Prix starts and becoming the most experienced driver in F1 history. The particular Grand Prix at which he broke this record has been disputed, as he technically did not start some races, such as the 2002 Spanish Grand Prix[5], but Barrichello and Honda chose the 2008 Turkish Grand Prix to be the location of the official celebrations[6].

In 2008 Monaco Grand Prix, he finally scored his first points since 2006 and in 2008 Canadian Grand Prix he scored back-to-back points, finishing 7th after starting in 9th position. He led some laps in this race thanks to the appearance of the Safety car, but fell back down the order towards the end of the race.

At 2008 French Grand Prix, Barrichello did not repeat his performance from the two previous races and qualified in 17th. After a gearbox change, he dropped to 20th. In the race, he finished 14th.

At 2008 British Grand Prix, which he said he considers to be his second home, he qualified 16th, outpacing Button. Despite this and heavy rain on race day, through the use of an extreme wet tyre he finished 3rd, achieving his first podium since 2005. However in 2008 German Grand Prix, a collision with David Coulthard ended his hopes for points. In 2008 Hungarian Grand Prix, he was lapped by the leader, repeating the same performance in 2008 European Grand Prix. In 2008 Belgian Grand Prix he qualified 16th but had to retire due to a gearbox fault. At a wet Italy he was second fastest in Friday practice and started from 16th on the grid. He managed to get up to 9th but due to using the wrong type of tyre in his second pit stop he ended up 17th. At F1's first ever night race in 2008 Singapore Grand Prix he was in a good position to score some points after pitting before the pit lane closed for the safety car period but shortly after the engine failed and he had to retire. In the 2008 Japanese Grand Prix he again failed to get out of Q1 and started from 17th on the grid, but managed to get up to 13th by the end of the race. In 2008 Chinese Grand Prix he managed to get into Q2 for the first time in ten races, and would have started 14th. But after Mark Webber had his ten place penalty for a engine change added he was moved up to 13th. On race day he had a good start, and got up to 10th early on and held a strong mid table position all race and finished 11th, five places ahead of team mate Jenson Button who had struggled all weekend.

At his home Grand Prix in 2008 Brazilian Grand Prix, he was sporting an alternative helmet design in tribute to Ingo Hoffmann. He finished 15th.[7][8]

On 5 December 2008 Honda F1 shocked everybody by announcing that they were quitting F1, due to the economic crisis; it remains uncertain whether a buyer can be found to buy the team. Currently, Barrichello does not have a seat for a F1 team for the 2009 season.[9]

Racing record


Career summary

Season Series Team Name Races Poles Wins Points Final Placing
1989 Brazilian Formula Ford 1600 Arisco  ?  ?  ?  ? 4th
1990 Formula Three Sudamericana Forti 3 1 1 12 8th
Formula Opel Lotus Euroseries Draco Racing 11 7 6 157 1st
Formula Vauxhall Lotus Draco Racing 4 1 0 34 11th
1991 British Formula Three Championship West Surrey Racing 16 9 4 74 1st
Macau Grand Prix West Surrey Racing 1 0 0 N/A 5th
Ultimate Masters of Formula 3 West Surrey Racing 1 1 0 N/A 6th
F3 Fuji Cup West Surrey Racing 1 0 0 N/A NC
1992 1992 Formula 3000 season Il Barone Rampante 10 0 0 27 3rd
Macau Grand Prix Edenbridge Racing/Theodore Racing 1 0 0 N/A 7th
1993 1993 Formula One season Jordan Grand Prix 16 0 0 2 17th
1994 1994 Formula One season Jordan Grand Prix 16 1 0 19 6th
1995 1995 Formula One season Jordan Grand Prix 17 0 0 11 11th
1996 1996 Formula One season Jordan Grand Prix 16 0 0 14 8th
1997 1997 Formula One season Stewart Grand Prix 17 0 0 6 13th
1998 1998 Formula One season Stewart Grand Prix 16 0 0 4 12th
1999 1999 Formula One season Stewart Grand Prix 16 1 0 21 7th
2000 2000 Formula One season Ferrari 17 1 1 62 4th
2001 2001 Formula One season Ferrari 17 0 0 56 3rd
2002 2002 Formula One season Ferrari 17 3 4 77 2nd
2003 2003 Formula One season Ferrari 16 3 2 65 4th
2004 2004 Formula One season Ferrari 18 4 2 114 2nd
2005 2005 Formula One season Ferrari 19 0 0 38 8th
2006 2006 Formula One season Honda Racing F1 18 0 0 30 7th
2007 2007 Formula One season Honda Racing F1 17 0 0 0 20th
2008 2008 Formula One season Honda Racing F1 18 0 0 11 14th

Complete Formula One results

(F1 driver results legend 2) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Entrant Chassis Engine 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 WDC Points
1993 Formula One season Sasol Jordan Grand Prix Jordan Grand Prix Jordan 193 Brian Hart Ltd. 1035 3.5 V10 engine 1993 South African Grand Prix
Ret
1993 Brazilian Grand Prix
Ret
1993 European Grand Prix
Ret
1993 San Marino Grand Prix
Ret
1993 Spanish Grand Prix
12
1993 Monaco Grand Prix
9
1993 Canadian Grand Prix
Ret
1993 French Grand Prix
7
1993 British Grand Prix
10
1993 German Grand Prix
Ret
1993 Hungarian Grand Prix
Ret
1993 Belgian Grand Prix
Ret
1993 Italian Grand Prix
Ret
1993 Portuguese Grand Prix
13
1993 Japanese Grand Prix
5
1993 Australian Grand Prix
Ret
18th 2
1994 Formula One season Total S.A. Jordan Grand Prix Brian Hart Ltd. Jordan Grand Prix Jordan 194 Brian Hart Ltd. 1035 3.5 V10 engine 1994 Brazilian Grand Prix
4
1994 Pacific Grand Prix
3
1994 San Marino Grand Prix
DNQ
1994 Monaco Grand Prix
Ret
1994 Spanish Grand Prix
Ret
1994 Canadian Grand Prix
7
1994 French Grand Prix
Ret
1994 British Grand Prix
4
1994 German Grand Prix
Ret
1994 Hungarian Grand Prix
Ret
1994 Belgian Grand Prix
Ret
1994 Italian Grand Prix
4
1994 Portuguese Grand Prix
4
1994 European Grand Prix
12
1994 Japanese Grand Prix
Ret
1994 Australian Grand Prix
4
6th 19
1995 Formula One season Total S.A. Jordan Grand Prix Peugeot Jordan Grand Prix Jordan 195 Peugeot A10 3.0 V10 engine 1995 Brazilian Grand Prix
Ret
1995 Argentine Grand Prix
Ret
1995 San Marino Grand Prix
Ret
1995 Spanish Grand Prix
7
1995 Monaco Grand Prix
Ret
1995 Canadian Grand Prix
2
1995 French Grand Prix
6
1995 British Grand Prix
11
1995 German Grand Prix
Ret
1995 Hungarian Grand Prix
7
1995 Belgian Grand Prix
6
1995 Italian Grand Prix
Ret
1995 Portuguese Grand Prix
11
1995 European Grand Prix
4
1995 Pacific Grand Prix
Ret
1995 Japanese Grand Prix
Ret
1995 Australian Grand Prix
Ret
11th 11
1996 Formula One season Benson & Hedges
Total S.A. Jordan Grand Prix Peugeot
Jordan Grand Prix Jordan 196 Peugeot A12 EV5 3.0 V10 engine 1996 Australian Grand Prix
Ret
1996 Brazilian Grand Prix
Ret
1996 Argentine Grand Prix
4
1996 European Grand Prix
5
1996 San Marino Grand Prix
5
1996 Monaco Grand Prix
Ret
1996 Spanish Grand Prix
Ret
1996 Canadian Grand Prix
Ret
1996 French Grand Prix
9
1996 British Grand Prix
4
1996 German Grand Prix
6
1996 Hungarian Grand Prix
6
1996 Belgian Grand Prix
Ret
1996 Italian Grand Prix
5
1996 Portuguese Grand Prix
Ret
1996 Japanese Grand Prix
9
8th 14
1997 Formula One season Stewart Grand Prix Ford Motor Company Stewart Grand Prix Stewart SF01 Ford Motor Company VJ Zetec-R 3.0 V10 engine 1997 Australian Grand Prix
Ret
1997 Brazilian Grand Prix
Ret
1997 Argentine Grand Prix
Ret
1997 San Marino Grand Prix
Ret
1997 Monaco Grand Prix
2
1997 Spanish Grand Prix
Ret
1997 Canadian Grand Prix
Ret
1997 French Grand Prix
Ret
1997 British Grand Prix
Ret
1997 German Grand Prix
Ret
1997 Hungarian Grand Prix
Ret
1997 Belgian Grand Prix
Ret
1997 Italian Grand Prix
13
1997 Austrian Grand Prix
14
1997 Luxembourg Grand Prix
Ret
1997 Japanese Grand Prix
Ret
1997 European Grand Prix
Ret
13th 6
1998 Formula One season Stewart Grand Prix Ford Motor Company Stewart Grand Prix Stewart SF02 Ford Motor Company VJ Zetec-R 3.0 V10 engine 1998 Australian Grand Prix
Ret
1998 Brazilian Grand Prix
Ret
1998 Argentine Grand Prix
10
1998 San Marino Grand Prix
Ret
1998 Spanish Grand Prix
5
1998 Monaco Grand Prix
Ret
1998 Canadian Grand Prix
5
1998 French Grand Prix
10
1998 British Grand Prix
Ret
1998 Austrian Grand Prix
Ret
1998 German Grand Prix
Ret
1998 Hungarian Grand Prix
Ret
1998 Belgian Grand Prix
DNS
1998 Italian Grand Prix
10
1998 Luxembourg Grand Prix
11
1998 Japanese Grand Prix
Ret
12th 4
1999 Formula One season Stewart Grand Prix Ford Motor Company Stewart Grand Prix Stewart SF3 Ford Motor Company CR-1 3.0 V10 engine 1999 Australian Grand Prix
5
1999 Brazilian Grand Prix
Ret
1999 San Marino Grand Prix
3
1999 Monaco Grand Prix
9
1999 Spanish Grand Prix
DSQ
1999 Canadian Grand Prix
Ret
1999 French Grand Prix
3
1999 British Grand Prix
8
1999 Austrian Grand Prix
Ret
1999 German Grand Prix
Ret
1999 Hungarian Grand Prix
5
1999 Belgian Grand Prix
10
1999 Italian Grand Prix
4
1999 European Grand Prix
3
1999 Malaysian Grand Prix
5
1999 Japanese Grand Prix
8
7th 21
2000 Formula One season Scuderia Ferrari
Marlboro (cigarette)
Ferrari F1-2000 Ferrari 049 3.0 V10 engine 2000 Australian Grand Prix
2
2000 Brazilian Grand Prix
Ret
2000 San Marino Grand Prix
4
2000 British Grand Prix
Ret
2000 Spanish Grand Prix
3
2000 European Grand Prix
4
2000 Monaco Grand Prix
2
2000 Canadian Grand Prix
2
2000 French Grand Prix
3
2000 Austrian Grand Prix
3
2000 German Grand Prix
1
2000 Hungarian Grand Prix
4
2000 Belgian Grand Prix
Ret
2000 Italian Grand Prix
Ret
2000 United States Grand Prix
2
2000 Japanese Grand Prix
4
2000 Malaysian Grand Prix
3
4th 62
2001 Formula One season Scuderia Ferrari
Marlboro (cigarette)
Ferrari F2001 Ferrari 050 3.0 V10 engine 2001 Australian Grand Prix
3
2001 Malaysian Grand Prix
2
2001 Brazilian Grand Prix
Ret
2001 San Marino Grand Prix
3
2001 Spanish Grand Prix
Ret
2001 Austrian Grand Prix
3
2001 Monaco Grand Prix
2
2001 Canadian Grand Prix
Ret
2001 European Grand Prix
5
2001 French Grand Prix
3
2001 British Grand Prix
3
2001 German Grand Prix
2
2001 Hungarian Grand Prix
2
2001 Belgian Grand Prix
5
2001 Italian Grand Prix
2
2001 United States Grand Prix
15
2001 Japanese Grand Prix
5
3rd 56
2002 Formula One season Scuderia Ferrari
Marlboro (cigarette)
Ferrari F2001
Ferrari F2002
Ferrari 050 3.0 V10 engine
Ferrari 051 3.0 V10 engine
2002 Australian Grand Prix
Ret
2002 Malaysian Grand Prix
Ret
2002 Brazilian Grand Prix
Ret
2002 San Marino Grand Prix
2
2002 Spanish Grand Prix
DNS
2002 Austrian Grand Prix
2
2002 Monaco Grand Prix
7
2002 Canadian Grand Prix
3
2002 European Grand Prix
1
2002 British Grand Prix
2
2002 French Grand Prix
DNS
2002 German Grand Prix
4
2002 Hungarian Grand Prix
1
2002 Belgian Grand Prix
2
2002 Italian Grand Prix
1
2002 United States Grand Prix
1
2002 Japanese Grand Prix
2
2nd 77
2003 Formula One season Scuderia Ferrari
Marlboro (cigarette)
Ferrari F2002
Ferrari F2003-GA
Ferrari 051 3.0 V10 engine
Ferrari 052 3.0 V10 engine
2003 Australian Grand Prix
Ret
2003 Malaysian Grand Prix
2
2003 Brazilian Grand Prix
Ret
2003 San Marino Grand Prix
3
2003 Spanish Grand Prix
3
2003 Austrian Grand Prix
3
2003 Monaco Grand Prix
8
2003 Canadian Grand Prix
5
2003 European Grand Prix
3
2003 French Grand Prix
7
2003 British Grand Prix
1
2003 German Grand Prix
Ret
2003 Hungarian Grand Prix
Ret
2003 Italian Grand Prix
3
2003 United States Grand Prix
Ret
2003 Japanese Grand Prix
1
4th 65
2004 Formula One season Scuderia Ferrari
Marlboro (cigarette)
Ferrari F2004 Ferrari 053 3.0 V10 engine 2004 Australian Grand Prix
2
2004 Malaysian Grand Prix
4
2004 Bahrain Grand Prix
2
2004 San Marino Grand Prix
6
2004 Spanish Grand Prix
2
2004 Monaco Grand Prix
3
2004 European Grand Prix
2
2004 Canadian Grand Prix
2
2004 United States Grand Prix
2
2004 French Grand Prix
3
2004 British Grand Prix
3
2004 German Grand Prix
12
2004 Hungarian Grand Prix
2
2004 Belgian Grand Prix
3
2004 Italian Grand Prix
1
2004 Chinese Grand Prix
1
2004 Japanese Grand Prix
Ret
2004 Brazilian Grand Prix
3
2nd 114
2005 Formula One season Scuderia Ferrari
Marlboro (cigarette)
Ferrari Ferrari F2004M
Ferrari F2005
Ferrari 054 3.0 V10 engine
Ferrari 055 3.0 V10 engine
2005 Australian Grand Prix
2
2005 Malaysian Grand Prix
Ret
2005 Bahrain Grand Prix
9
2005 San Marino Grand Prix
Ret
2005 Spanish Grand Prix
9
2005 Monaco Grand Prix
8
2005 European Grand Prix
3
2005 Canadian Grand Prix
3
2005 United States Grand Prix
2
2005 French Grand Prix
9
2005 British Grand Prix
7
2005 German Grand Prix
10
2005 Hungarian Grand Prix
10
2005 Turkish Grand Prix
10
2005 Italian Grand Prix
12
2005 Belgian Grand Prix
5
2005 Brazilian Grand Prix
6
2005 Japanese Grand Prix
11
2005 Chinese Grand Prix
12
8th 38
2006 Formula One Season Lucky Strike Honda Racing F1 Honda Racing F1 Honda RA106 Honda Racing F1 RA806E 2.4 V8 engine 2006 Bahrain Grand Prix
15
2006 Malaysian Grand Prix
10
2006 Australian Grand Prix
7
2006 San Marino Grand Prix
10
2006 European Grand Prix
5
2006 Spanish Grand Prix
7
2006 Monaco Grand Prix
4
2006 British Grand Prix
10
2006 Canadian Grand Prix
Ret
2006 United States Grand Prix
6
2006 French Grand Prix
Ret
2006 German Grand Prix
Ret
2006 Hungarian Grand Prix
4
2006 Turkish Grand Prix
8
2006 Italian Grand Prix
6
2006 Chinese Grand Prix
6
2006 Japanese Grand Prix
12
2006 Brazilian Grand Prix
7
7th 30
2007 Formula One Season Honda Racing F1 Honda Racing F1 Honda RA107 Honda Racing F1 RA807E 2.4 V8 engine 2007 Australian Grand Prix
11
2007 Malaysian Grand Prix
11
2007 Bahrain Grand Prix
13
2007 Spanish Grand Prix
10
2007 Monaco Grand Prix
10
2007 Canadian Grand Prix
12
2007 United States Grand Prix
Ret
2007 French Grand Prix
11
2007 British Grand Prix
9
2007 European Grand Prix
11
2007 Hungarian Grand Prix
18
2007 Turkish Grand Prix
17
2007 Italian Grand Prix
10
2007 Belgian Grand Prix
13
2007 Japanese Grand Prix
10
2007 Chinese Grand Prix
15
2007 Brazilian Grand Prix
Ret
20th 0
2008 Formula One season Honda Racing F1 Honda Racing F1 Honda RA108 Honda Racing F1 RA808E 2.4 V8 engine 2008 Australian Grand Prix
DSQ
2008 Malaysian Grand Prix
13
2008 Bahrain Grand Prix
11
2008 Spanish Grand Prix
Ret
2008 Turkish Grand Prix
14
2008 Monaco Grand Prix
6
2008 Canadian Grand Prix
7
2008 French Grand Prix
14
2008 British Grand Prix
3
2008 German Grand Prix
Ret
2008 Hungarian Grand Prix
16
2008 European Grand Prix
16
2008 Belgian Grand Prix
Ret
2008 Italian Grand Prix
17
2008 Singapore Grand Prix
Ret
2008 Japanese Grand Prix
13
2008 Chinese Grand Prix
11
2008 Brazilian Grand Prix
15
14th 11

Personal

  • Barrichello is married to Silvana and they have two sons, Eduardo (b. 2001) and Fernando (b. 2005)
  • Barrichello supports the List of football clubs in Brazil Sport Club Corinthians Paulista.[1]

References

External links

Sporting positions
Preceded by
Mika Häkkinen
British Formula Three Championship
1991
Succeeded by
Gil de Ferran
Preceded by
Johnny Herbert
Formula One Indoor Trophy winner
1993
Succeeded by
Luca Badoer
Records
Preceded by
Andrea de Cesaris
22 years, 308 days
(1982 United States Grand Prix West)
List of Formula One driver records
22 years, 97 days
(1994 Belgian Grand Prix)
Succeeded by
Fernando Alonso
21 years, 236 days
(2003 Malaysian Grand Prix)
Preceded by
Riccardo Patrese
257 entries, 256 starts
(1977 Formula One season - 1993 Formula One season)

List of Formula One driver records
Continuing
(1993 Formula One season - ),
258th entry at the 2008 Turkish Grand Prix
257th start at the 2008 French Grand Prix
Succeeded by
Incumbent


Persondata
NAME Barrichello, Rubens Gonçalves
ALTERNATIVE NAMES
SHORT DESCRIPTION Brazilian Formula One race driver
DATE OF BIRTH May 23, 1972
PLACE OF BIRTH São Paulo (city), Brazil
DATE OF DEATH
PLACE OF DEATH
Ast:Rubens Barrichello
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