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Robert Kubica will be back behind the wheel of the Alfa Romeo C39 in opening practice at the Hungaroring.
Robert Kubica will drive Antonio Giovinazzi’s Alfa Romeo for FP1 of the Styrian Grand Prix, the team has confirmed.
Robert Kubica’s 2020 plans have gone from hectic to relaxed as one stage he was facing 11 race weekends in a row.
Robert Kubica admits he and his former mechanics still have regrets over BMW Sauber’s failure to truly get involved in the 2008 title fight.
Robert Kubica once believed that his 2020 schedule would be too busy. He now looks back and laughs at that thought.
Robert Kubica feels he is in some “deep water” as he prepares for his first-ever campaign as a DTM driver.
Robert Kubica believes Max Verstappen will clinch a first World Championship title before Charles Leclerc does at Ferrari.
Robert Kubica likes “red road cars”, but he won’t buy one because it reminds him of his Ferrari move that fell through in 2012.
Robert Kubica’s complaints about favouritism aren’t new with Nick Heidfeld saying it was the same when they were team-mates at BMW.
While the popularity of Esports continues to rise, Robert Kubica doesn’t feel it will ever be a true match to actual Formula 1 itself.
Robert Kubica has said that he was never as good a driver in Formula 1, or any other category for that matter, when compared to his karting days.
Alfa Romeo reserve driver Robert Kubica believes making cars lighter is the easiest way to improve racing in F1.
Robert Kubica believes if Williams had produced a better car last season, he would be preparing for a second campaign back on the grid.
Robert Kubica is loving the differences between last year’s Williams F1 car and his new ride, the Alfa Romeo C39.
Returning to Sauber, the team with whom he began his Formula 1 career, Robert Kubica says he is “finally” back home.
Robert Kubica has described the Williams FW42 of last year as a “mobile chicane” in an interview with a Polish publication.
Robert Kubica will kick-start Alfa Romeo’s pre-testing programme after being named first on their driver schedule in Barcelona.
Robert Kubica’s switch to DTM as part of a BMW customer entry has been confirmed, as reported by Autosport.com.
Robert Kubica has dismissed the suggestion of Pirelli’s tyres being behind his and Williams’ 2019 struggles as a “cheap excuse”.
Robert Kubica has says his switch to Alfa Romeo is like “coming back home” after returning to his former stomping grounds.
Robert Kubica has signed a deal to become Alfa Romeo’s reserve driver for 2020, bringing his backer PKN Orlen with him.
Robert Kubica, says that, despite enduring a difficult season, returning to F1 to “close a chapter” was worth it.
Only 108 individuals hold the distinction of calling themselves a Formula 1 Grand Prix winner and Robert Kubica can count himself a part of that list.
Although Robert Kubica is expected to head to DTM next season, he is determined to maintain a presence in the F1 paddock as he doesn’t want Abu Dhabi to be his final race.
Robert Kubica is not completely ruling out a return to Formula 1, but is aware there is a “high chance” he has raced his last race.
The sun has set on the F1 2019 season, but who’s had a year to remember and who wants to leave 2019 behind and never look back?
Ferrari let themselves down in 2019 as the spaghetti culture reared its head but it was Valtteri Bottas who let us all down.
Although George Russell trounced Robert Kubica in both qualifying and grands prix, the Brit concedes it was his Williams team-mate who made the better starts in 2019.
Pietro Fittipaldi is waiting to hear from Haas whether he will continue with the team next season amidst rumours Robert Kubica could take up a test driver role.
Things may not have gone the way Robert Kubica had hoped for, but he doesn’t “regret” his Formula 1 return in 2019.