Formula 1 refugee Rubens Barrichello competes in his first season of the IZOD IndyCar series alongside his old time friend Tony Kanaan as part of the KV Racing team.
Barrichello, a former Ferrari driver in Formula 1, has endured a tough time this season in IndyCar. Despite his talent and his vast experience, he only finished five times in the Top 10 and currently ranks 17th in the drivers' overall standings with 215 points.
Although he's still learning about the intricacies of IndyCar racing, the 40-year-old Brazilian is quite frustrated with his lack of results.
Talking to British magazine Autosport, Barrichello explained that he's making steady progress, but the car is not, and the strategy side has not clicked.
The magazine understands that Barrichello has already held advanced talks with at least one Honda-powered team about a drive next year.
Barrichello may also decide to stay with KV Racing alongside Kanaan, but he may also decide to retire from racing for good.