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Felipe Massa has announced that he will make his debut at the Brazilian Stock Car Championship opener on March 10.
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.”
Sergey Sirotkin is hoping that his Williams tests results in a 2018 race-seat, saying he wasn’t in Abu Dhabi to “enjoy the sun.”
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.”
Felipe Massa believes he proved even in his final race in Formula 1 that he can make a “good contribution” as he wrapped up his career with another points-scoring finish.
Robert Kubica has rubbished claims that he is driving “one-handed”, saying that would be impossible to do.
Lance Stroll has confirmed he will compete in the Rolex 24 at Daytona in January, saying he has entered with the aim of winning the race.
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.
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.