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Eduardo Barrichello crop

Eduardo Barrichello

#22 Pabst Racing

 

Birthdate: September 23, 2001
Hometown: Sao Paulo, Brazil
Residence: Orlando, Florida
Website: barrichello.com.br
Instagram: @dudubarrichello
Team Website: PabstRacing.com

 

Sponsors:

 

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Nationality: Brazilian

Languages spoken: Portuguese and English

Height/weight: 5’10” / 150 lbs.

Hobbies: I really like to play the guitar and drive on the sim

Charity work: I work with my dad's foundation, the Instituto Família Barrichello

Favorite places to visit: Racetracks 

Favorite food: Nutella

Guilty food pleasure: Nutella

Unusual routines/habits: I eat Nutella every day but I am trying to kick the habit

Fears or pet peeves: I don’t like airplanes

An interesting note about me: I am very creative and do a lot of car liveries and helmet designs for fun

Racing goal: Always be competitive

Racing hero: Rubens Barrichello

Career results:

2020

  • Finished second in his sophomore Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship, earning three victories, nine podiums, and three pole positions

  • Led the series in top 10 finishes 16 of 17 races) and was the only driver to complete all 369 race laps

  • Set two new track records (at NJMP)

2019

  • Finished 11th in his rookie Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship, with a season-high finish of fifth at Indianapolis and WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca
  • Finished fifth on the Florida Winter Tour, in the Senior ROK class

2018

  • Competed in 17 F4 US Championship Powered by Honda events, with a best finish of eighth at Road Atlanta and New Jersey
  • Earned the Florida Winter Tour Championship

2017

  • Florida Winter Tour Race Winner

2016

  • Moved from Brazil to Orlando, Fla.
  • Competed in several Florida karting events and was fourth in the South American Championships

2015

  • Moved to the Junior level of karting

2014

  • Scored his first win in the Brazilian Championship

2013

  • First Year in karting