Topics: Rubens Barrichello
April 7, 2006
Barrichello Disapoinment By Alfred Johnson
Formula 1 driver Rubens Barrichello spent six years with Ferrari before moving to the Honda team. Barrichello has nine Grand Prix wins to his name, but so far he has only won two points in three races this current season. While F1 driver Barrichello has languished at the wrong end of the grid, F1 team-mate Jenson Button has amassed 11 points. He had a podium finish at Malaysia and was in pole position last weekend at the Australia Grand Prix in Melbourne, but unfortunately his engine blew up just yards from the finish line. The new F1 Honda team driver Rubens Barrichello seemed able to keep pace with his team-mate, Jenson Button, but to cut a long story short, Barrichello's problems seemed to be the brakes and the traction control, which are vastly different to his Ferrari model and totally not adapted for a driver without Button's intricacy.
For F1 driver Barrichello his braking action is quite late and it is noticed that he wants to stomp on the gas very hard which is unbalancing his speed. Now, even though, he has had these issues he was able to lap as fast as his team-mate at the Australian Grand Prix.
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