Barrichello on the one that got away

Barrichello on the one that got away

Rubens Barrichello felt the Spanish GP should have been his, but in the end it wasn't. Adam Cooper heard the Brazilian's views on the frustration of it all

One of the neatest additions to FOM's TV coverage in recent years has been the backstage access we get when the drivers are preparing for the podium ceremony. The body language can be fascinating, and since the drivers sometimes forget that the cameras are there, they let their true feelings out.

Last weekend, as Rubens Barrichello sat and contemplated his afternoon, it was not hard to guess how he was feeling. In fact I didn't have to guess at all, because I could still hear the sound.

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