Rubens Barrichello, Formula 1’s most experienced driver, looks back on his ongoing racing career in the latest edition of The Autosport Podcast.
The Brazilian explains what it was like to go up against Michael Schumacher at Ferrari and recounts some of his great victories.
He also discusses the races that got away, including what should have been his first points finish in the famous European Grand Prix at Donington Park in 1993.
Barrichello also explains what it’s like to be a ‘racing dad’, with 18-year-old son Eduardo Barichello racing in single-seaters.
At 47, Barrichello continues to be quick driver behind the wheel and is a frontrunner in Brazil’s Stock Car V8 Championship, so explains what it is that motivates him to keep going.
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