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Despite only landing a reserve role with Williams, Robert Kubica’s dream of racing in Formula 1 is not yet over according to Nico Rosberg.
Williams may have signed Sergey Sirotkin and Robert Kubica but Renault are seeking a little pat on the back for their contribution toward their careers.
Although Robert Kubica failed to land a Williams race-seat, Paddy Lowe says the Pole deserve congratulations for coming this far.
It may not be the job he really wanted but Robert Kubica believes he can achieve “personal satisfaction and goals” in his new role as Williams’ reserve driver.
Having opted to sign Sergey Sirotkin as their second driver, Williams have handed Robert Kubica a reserve driver role for the 2018 F1 season.
Williams has reportedly offered Robert Kubica the chance to become their reserve driver for the 2018 season, according to L’Equipe.
Pirelli’s Mario Isola believes Robert Kubica could have showed his true pace if he was given “more time to adapt” to the tyres.
Flavio Briatore feels it is only a matter of time before Williams announce Sergey Sirotkin ahead of Robert Kubica as their new driver for 2018.
Williams have decided to wait until the new year to reveal their second driver for the 2018 Formula 1 season.
Robert Kubica’s father, Arthur, has said that they are not giving up hope on the vacant Williams seat amid reports that the Pole is no longer in contention.
Felipe Massa has revealed Williams are going to be predominantly swayed by finances when choosing Lance Stroll’s team-mate for 2018.
Williams have reportedly pencilled Friday in as the day on which they will reveal Lance Stroll’s new team-mate.
The dream of a sensational return to Formula 1 appears to be over for Robert Kubica, with reports suggesting he is now completely out of the running for the vacant Williams seat.
Although Sebastian Vettel feels for Robert Kubica, he reckons the Polish driver’s return would be a “pity for younger drivers” as he’d take away their opportunity.
Knocking on the door of a Williams race-seat, Robert Kubica concedes that the final step in his return is the “most difficult one.”
Robert Kubica is adamant he doesn’t want to be back in Formula 1 just to be a good story, rather he needs to be able to drive at a “high level.”
Robert Kubica has rubbished claims that he is driving “one-handed”, saying that would be impossible to do.
Williams are adamant that Robert Kubica is not the only option for next season but did reveal he can through the Abu Dhabi test without any problems.
Sebastian Vettel has finished top of the timesheet on the final day of tyre testing at the Yas Marina circuit – the last on-track action until February.
Williams technical chief Paddy Lowe would not reveal any plans for 2018 but did say that Robert Kubica did a “great job” for the team in the post-season test in Abu Dhabi.
Robert Kubica has said that his first day of running in Abu Dhabi has given him the confidence that “things can work out pretty well” for him in Formula 1 again.
The first day of the post-season test in Abu Dhabi is in the books with Kimi Raikkonen topping the timesheets and Robert Kubica among the drivers to rack up 100 laps at the Yas Marina circuit.
Robert Kubica has completed his first day for Williams at the Abu Dhabi post-season test and racked up 100 laps in the process.
The first day of the post-season test in Abu Dhabi is well underway with Robert Kubica racking up the laps at the Yas Marina circuit, Fernando Alonso hitting the tyre wall and Kimi Raikkonen setting the pace.
Jean Todt has revealed that the FIA’s medical doctor will play a role in deciding whether Robert Kubica is granted a super license.
Williams will use the post-season Abu Dhabi to evaluate whether Robert Kubica’s injuries will “have an impact on his ability to drive in Formula 1,” revealed Paddy Lowe.
Toto Wolff concedes that Pascal Wehrlein’s chances of landing a Williams seat after extremely slim given that Robert Kubica is their “priority.”
Although Williams refuted claims that they have signed Robert Kubica for next season, new reports suggest it is only the “paperwork” that is holding up the deal.
Williams have rubbished claims that Robert Kubica has signed a two-year deal to race for the team starting in 2018, adamant nothing has been decided.
Ex-Formula 1 driver Juan Pablo Montoya has said it would be “a joke” if Robert Kubica was to make his full-time return to the sport with Williams.