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Robert Kubica insists he has no regrets about returning to the F1 grid, he just didn’t expect to arrive in Melbourne so woefully unprepared.
Making his first standing start in more than eight years, Robert Kubica has admitted there was a moment of “panic” on the Australian GP grid as he couldn’t see the lights.
The Formula 1 drivers will line up as they qualified for the Australian Grand Prix with Lewis Hamilton on pole position and Robert Kubica at the back of the field.
George Russell says he used everything that his Williams FW42 had in qualifying for the Australian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton claimed the practice hat-trick for the Australian Grand Prix in a FP3 session that saw no respite for Williams.
Slowest of all by some margin in Melbourne, Claire Williams admits she knew it would be tough, she just didn’t expect it to be quite this bad.
Robert Kubica and George Russell are in for a long weekend (and season, probably) as Williams kicked off their 2019 campaign in Australia.
Formula 1’s decision to award a point for the fastest lap could “unlock some strange scenarios”, but according to Robert Kubica they won’t affect Williams – “at least for now”.
Days ahead of his return to the Formula 1 grid, Robert Kubica has been speaking about the physical and mental battles he had to fight following his rally crash.
Robert Kubica has not been very encouraging about the FW42, at least not in public, because in private he’s been telling Williams it is a “huge step forward” in performance.
Williams driver Robert Kubica claims he is only “20 %” prepared for his return to competitive action in Melbourne.
Slowest of all on the final day of testing, Robert Kubica says his FW42 was “not representative” of what it should be.
George Russell may only be a few weeks into his Williams role but already the Formula 2 champ is impressing his new boss.
With just two days of testing remaining, Robert Kubica hopes Williams can “play a little more with the car” as they look to make up for lost time.
On the back foot after missing more than a quarter of pre-season testing, Robert Kubica says Williams need to set a “realistic target”.
Williams have been “compromised” by the delay to their FW42; that’s according to Robert Kubica.
Williams have released images of their FW42 three days before the car is scheduled to be in action at the Circuit de Catalunya.
Renault are not the only team facing a race against time to have their car ready for pre-season testing with Williams forced into cancelling Saturday’s shakedown.
With Martini exiting the picture at the end of last season, Williams have announced a new title sponsor in ROKiT and along with that comes a new colour scheme.
Williams took the covers off their 2019 livery on Monday, unveiling an electric blue and white colour scheme and a new title partner in RoKiT.
Acknowledging that 2018 was a “very painful” season, Claire Williams is convinced Williams have the right tools in place for a recovery.
Williams are “pretty happy” that they have managed to sort out some of the issues with last year’s car, confident they won’t make the same mistakes this season.
Robert Kubica is under no illusions that his return to the Formula 1 grid will be an easy ride, acknowledging that it will in fact be a “great challenge”.
Ex-Formula 1 owner Bernie Ecclestone has no doubt whatsoever that Robert Kubica can justify his place back on the starting grid.
Keen to see how Robert Kubica performs on his F1 return, former rival Mark Webber admits there are a “few open questions” about the Pole’s limitations.
Williams technical chief Paddy Lowe has defended the team’s decision to select Sergey Sirotkin over Robert Kubica for the 2018 season.
Robert Kubica says he feels more like a rookie than a veteran as he prepares to return to Formula 1.
Robert Kubica says it was towards the end of 2017 that he became “very confident” that he had the ability to return to Formula 1 racing.
Robert Kubica says while Fernando Alonso may be perceived by some as arrogant, they are confused by his “desire” to be the best.
Williams chief technical officer Paddy Lowe claims the arrival of Kubica has lifted the entire team.