Modena: Rubens Barrichello, who begins his sixth consecutive Formula One racing season with the Italian team Ferrari believes that the new changes in Formula one will make the forthcoming season more competitive. "I think it's going to be a hard season, that's for sure. It's going to be interesting, along with new rules for the tyre. Just one tyre for the whole race. One engine for two races. So, it's going to be very interesting. There's going to be more overtaking I guess because of the tyre. The one who treats the tyre better is definitely the one who will save a lot of time during the the race," said Barichello. The Brazilian driver, who finished second to world champion Michael Schumacher in the 2004 World Championship will, alongwith the rest of his team, be meeting with the Pope at the Vatican later this month.