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Rubens Barrichello

Rubens Barrichello Rubens Barrichello
Team Williams
Nationality Brazilian
Podiums 68
Points 658
Grand Prix entered 326
World Championships 0
Highest race finish 1 (x11)
Highest grid position 1 (x14)
Date of Birth 23/05/1972
Place of Birth Sao Paulo
Rubens Barrichello (BRA) Williams.
Formula One World Championship, Rd 11, Hungarian Grand Prix, Qualifying Day, Budapest, Hungary, Saturday, 30 July 2011


Fails to make Q3 even once and scores just four points thanks to poor pace of Williams' FW33. Ends his 19th season of Formula One with no confirmed drive for 2012.

Rubens Barrichello (BRA) Williams FW32 
Formula One World Championship, Rd 1, Bahrain Grand Prix, Qualifying Day, Bahrain International Circuit, Sakhir, Bahrain, Saturday, 13 March 2010


Characteristically consistent, despite tough start to the year for the Williams. As car improves, so too do Brazilian's results, with fourth in Valencia arguably more than anyone could expect from the FW32. Becomes first man to start 300 Grands Prix and re-signs with team for 2011.

Rubens Barrichello (BRA) Brawn Grand Prix in the FIA Press Conference.
Formula One World Championship, Rd 9, German Grand Prix, Qualifying Day, Nurburgring, Germany, Saturday, 11 July 2009


Outpaced by Brawn team mate Button from the outset. Three podiums from the first six races, but hopes of drivers' title look increasingly slim until late renaissance brings two wins. Ultimately finishes third overall and announces Williams move for 2010.

Rubens Barrichello (BRA) Honda RA108 crosses the line to finish 3rd.
Formula One World Championship, Rd 9, British Grand Prix, Race, Silverstone, England, Sunday, 6 July 2008


Another tough season with Honda. Scores 11 points, thanks largely to an excellent wet-weather podium at Silverstone.

Rubens Barrichello (BRA) Honda RA107.
Formula One World Championship, Rd 14, Belgian Grand Prix, Practice Day, Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium, Friday, 14 September 2007


Endures the worst season of his Formula One career, thanks in large part to the disappointing performance of Honda's RA107 car, failing to score a single point. Best qualifying a ninth in Monaco, best race a ninth at Silverstone.

Rubens Barrichello (BRA) Honda RA106.
Formula One World Championship, Rd 9, Canadian Grand Prix, Qualifying Day, Montreal, Canada, 24 June 2006


Initially struggles to make transition from Ferrari to Honda machinery and is outperformed by team mate Jenson Button. Fourth places in Monaco and Hungary his best results en route to seventh in drivers' championship.

Rubens Barrichello (BRA) Ferrari F2005.
Formula One World Championship, Rd17, Brazilian Grand Prix, Practice Day, Interlagos, Brazil, 23 September 2005


Second place at season opener in Melbourne strongest result of year, as Ferrari struggle for pace. Scores on seven more occasions, but can only finish eighth in standings, worst placing since joining Ferrari. Announces move to Honda for 2006.

Race winner Rubens Barrichello (BRA) Ferrari celebrates on the podium.
Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Italian Grand Prix, Race Day , Monza, Italy, 12 September 2004


Scores four pole positions, two wins and a further 12 podiums on his way to a convincing second place in the driver standings.

Rubens Barrichello (BRA) Ferrari.
Formula One World Championship, Rd14, Italian Grand Prix, Monza, Italy, 13 September 2003


Fourth in the driver standings with two race wins. Again plays a vital role in Ferrari's, and Michael Schumacher's, championship success.

Rubens Barrichello (BRA) Ferrari F2002 finished in second place.
Belgian Grand Prix, Rd14, Spa Francorchamps, Belgium, 1 September 2002


Second in the drivers' championship in Ferrari's most dominant season to date. Takes three pole positions and four victories.

Rubens Barrichello(BRA) Ferrari F1 2001 Brazilian Grand Prix, Interlagos, Brazil. 1 April 2001. World © Sutton


Third in the drivers' championship with Ferrari after 10 podium finishes.

Winner Rubens Barrichello(BRA) Ferrari F1 2000 showers himself with champagne aftre winning his first GP, helped by 2nd placed Mika Hakkinen(FIN) Mclaren MP4-15 (behind) German GP, Hockenheim, 30 July 2000. World © Sutton


Goes to Ferrari as second driver, replacing Eddie Irvine. Manages an emotional - and popular - win at the German Grand Prix. Finishes the season fourth in the drivers' championship with 62 points.

Winner Heinz-Harald Frentzen(GER) Jordan Mugen Honda 199 with Left Mika Hakkinen(FIN) Mclaren MP4-14, 2nd place and Right Rubens Barrichello(BRA) Stewart Ford SF-3, 3rd place. French GP, Magny Cours, 27 June 1999.  World © Sutton


Best season with Stewart. Third places in the San Marino, French and European Grands Prix. Seventh in the drivers' championship with 21 points.

Rubens Barrichello (BRA), Stewart SF-2, with his wife Silvana. Formula One World Championship, Rd 11, German Grand Prix, Hockenheim, Germany, 2 August 1998. World © Sutton


Fifth places in Spain and Canada the best performances of the season. Finishes 13th in the drivers' championship.

Rubens Barrichello (BRA) Stewart Ford SF1 Formula One World Championship, Italian Grand Prix, Rd13, Monza, Italy, 7 September 1997. World © Sutton


Signs for Stewart and finishes 13th in the Drivers' Championship after a brilliant second place at Monaco.

Rubens Barrichello discusses his qualifying crash with Ayrton Senna, not knowing that Senna would be involved in a fatal crash during the weekend. San Marino Grand Prix, Imola, 1 May 1994. World © Sutton


Finishes sixth in the drivers' championship with Jordan. Scores his first podium finish with a third place at the Pacific Grand Prix at TI Aida.

Rubens Barrichello (BRA) Jordan Hart 193, finished in 13th place. Formula One World Championship, Rd14, Portuguese Grand Prix, Estoril, Portugal, 26 September 1993. World © Sutton


Signs for the Jordan team and makes his debut at the South African Grand Prix. Scores his first points with fifth place at the penultimate round in Japan.