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Topic - Bruno Senna
Pastor Maldonado and Valtteri Bottas will drive for the Williams team during the 2013 Formula One season.
Jenson Button of McLaren set the fastest time in the final practice for the Brazilian Grand Prix on Saturday, with Formula One leader Sebastian Vettel second and title challenger Fernando Alonso only eighth.
Should Sebastian Vettel clinch a third consecutive drivers' championship this season, he may look back on his third-place finish in Abu Dhabi Grand Prix as a key moment in his topsy-turvy season.
Away from the gridlocked roads and rain-soaked Formula One paddock, Lewis Hamilton was one of the few people happy about soggy Silverstone on Friday.
McLaren driver Jenson Button was fastest in practice for the Spanish Grand Prix, edging out Formula One leader Sebastian Vettel of Red Bull in a slippery final session Friday that indicated tires will be a big factor in the race.
Rubens Barrichello talks modestly about the expectations he has for his first season in the IndyCar Series, and when he says there will be an adjustment period and potential struggles, he sounds rather believable.
Formula One driver Rubens Barrichello spent a third day Wednesday testing for KV Racing Technology. Although a move to IndyCar was not imminent, the Brazilian is definitely considering the series for 2012.
Formula One driver Rubens Barrichello drove an IndyCar for the first time on Monday. Whether it leads to a ride in the open-wheel series remains to be seen.
Rubens Barrichello will test an IndyCar next week for KV Racing, The Associated Press has learned.
A person familiar with the plan tells The Associated Press that Formula One driver Rubens Barichello will test an IndyCar next week for KV Racing.
Nearly eighteen years after the death of three-time world champion Ayrton Senna in a high-speed crash, the Senna name is returning to Williams Formula One team.
The champagne world of Formula One has never raced in such contrasting surroundings like this weekend's Indian Grand Prix, with the areas surrounding the track reflecting the deep poverty of much of the country's people.
Red Bull's Mark Webber made the most of the conditions to post the fastest time before heavy rain returned to mar the second practice for the Belgian Grand Prix on Friday.
"It will be very interesting to drive for a team that my uncle has driven for, particularly as quite a few of the people here actually worked with Ayrton," Senna said. "Hopefully we can bring back some memories and create some great new ones, too."
"It's nice to start the season at the same level as the other guys, I never had that chance before," Senna said. "That should give me a chance to be ready for all kinds of situations since I'll know the car as well as my teammate."