Who's this slicked-back character? Is he a Formula One driver?
Rubens Barrichello has today officially confirmed his switch to IndyCar.
Brazilian Bruno Senna has signed to drive for Williams this season. The move means the 28-year-old is joining the team for which his uncle Ayrton Senna was driving when he was killed in 1994.
Williams have today confirmed Bruno Senna has signed for the team for the forthcoming Formula One season.
Derek Hayes hasn't set foot on a race track in over five years; indeed the closest he gets now is occasionally tuning in to Formula One on TV.
The new FIA president, Jean Todt, yesterday faced the first major crisis of his tenure when Bridgestone announced it will be withdrawing as the official tyre supplier for Formula One when its contract runs out at the end of 2010. Hot on the heels of the withdrawal of BMW, who had their last race on Sunday before following Honda out of competition, the news sounded alarm bells from the Middle East to the ruling FIA's headquarters in Paris as it represented another rejection of the perceived marketing value of the sport.
Williams have confirmed Rubens Barrichello and Nico Hulkenberg will be their driver line-up for the 2010 Formula One season.
Britain's Button back in 14th for today's race as Brazilian rival thrills home fans by grabbing pole
The Briton can seal the drivers' championship in Japan tomorrow – though Barrichello is still his closest challenger. David Tremayne reports from the Brawn garage on a surprisingly amicable duel
Championship leader Jenson Button has acknowledged the weight of expectation upon him to win this season's Formula One title, yet he feels more privileged than pressured.
World champion determined to make amends for last-lap crash at Monza
Championship leader is not able to catch Brazilian as crash costs Hamilton third
Ferrari's Felipe Massa is recovering well from his accident in Hungary last month and is waiting for doctors to give him the go-ahead to race again, his fellow Brazilian Formula One driver Rubens Barrichello said yesterday.
Rubens Barrichello has revealed a small part of him is thinking of quitting Formula One at the end of the season.
At Ferrari he played second fiddle to Michael Schumacher. Now at Brawn, Rubens Barrichello is used to the sight of Jenson Button's rear wing. He tells David Tremayne how he hopes to be the next man setting the pace
Fuelled by Murray-mania, Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button, the national flag is exploding onto the scene in wild colours and wacky creations