Rubens Barrichello is a Brazilian professional racing driver with an estimated net worth of $6 million. At age nine,Rubens Barrichello started racing karts and won five karting titles in Brazil before heading to Europe in 1990. Barrichello signed with the Ferrari team in 2000. His successful stint together with the team brought him to win his first Grand Prix victory in the German Grand Prix, and won four races in 2002. He announced that he will leave the team for Honda in August 2005. He joined Honda Racing F1 team in 2006. Barrichello experienced problem in adapting to Honda machinery which resulted in his poor performance in races. Expert designer Ross Brawn purchased Honda due to monetary breakdown and renamed the team as Brawn GP in 2009. Barrichello was the primary driver in the history of Formula 1 to compete in more than 300 Grand Prix tournaments. He became one of the members of Williams F1 in 2010. During the 2011 Brazilian Grand Prix, Rubens finished 14th place. He transferred from Formula 1 to Indy Car in 2012 and joined the KV Racing Technology. Also, Rubens was hailed as 2012 Indianapolis 500 Rookie of the Year. Rubens Gonalves Barrichello was born on May 23, 1972 in Sao Paulo, Brazil.