Barrichello keeping F1 dream alive in Indycars
7 May, 2012
May 7 (GMM) Rubens Barrichello is still refusing to give up on his Formula 1 career, and says his Indycar career is to keep F1 teams aware of him.
After a record-setting 19 consecutive seasons on the grid, the 39-year-old Brazilian lost his Williams race seat for 2012 and switched to the premier American open-wheeler series, Indycar.
“I’m enjoying it,” insisted Barrichello to O Estado de S.Paulo newspaper.
“I have been welcomed and the feeling is a much more open one.
“But the fact that I keep active and am competing is, for me, still a way to be seen and to attract the eye of F1.
“For all that I did in F1, I would be able to go back there,” added the much loved driver.
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