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Barrichello: I do not think it will be my last race at Interlagos

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Some latest reports that Williams F1 will drop Rubens Barrichello for 2012 season and Kimi Raikkonen will come-back and to join with Pastor Maldonado for next season. Brazilian F1 veteran emotionally speaking he won’t Brazilian GP for his last race of his career.

“Emotionally speaking, it would be great to know before Interlagos because many people may find what you want in my career, it does not matter. But those who deserve to enjoy a beautiful farewell. So wanted to know exactly why.” Barrichello told TotalRace.

“I do not think it will be my last race at Interlagos. On the weekend of India just a little better understanding the situation. It is not open, you can not speak for me. But I understood a little more for what is taking so long, and unfortunately we will have to wait some respects. I do not think it will be my last race [Interlagos]. During the weekend in India I managed to understand the situation. It is not open for me to discuss. But I do unerstand the dealys and we will just have to wait a little longer,” said the 39 year old.

“I’m fine with everything I do. I really want to race 100%. But if not, I also have 100% options on the other side. Many people tell me – Luciano Burti, Olivier Panis – that life post Formula 1 is even better.”


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