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Robert Kubica’s Formula 1 return could yet prove to be short-lived with reports linking test driver Nicholas Latifi to his race seat.
Robert Kubica said that Williams’ instructions for him to alter his steering wheel allowed George Russell to overtake at the Spanish GP.
Robert Kubica says the feeling he had for his FW42 “completely disappeared” for qualifying at the Spanish Grand Prix.
Robert Kubica argues that his pace is better than it appears after a difficult spell upon his Formula 1 return.
George Russell believes that the Azerbaijan Grand Prix was the worst weekend for Williams so far in 2019.
On a weekend involving a hefty repair bill for Williams, the good news is Robert Kubica will be able to start the Azerbaijan GP as the team has all the parts needed.
Williams’ Robert Kubica says he paid a “high price” after crashing in Q1 at the castle section in Baku.
It was quiet, far too quiet in Baku, until Charles Leclerc and Robert Kubica got caught out at the castle section to delay qualifying.
The drivers’ misery may be the headline story but Robert Kubica feels everybody working at Williams is a “victim.”
Robert Kubica believes he has silenced those who thought he couldn’t return to Formula 1 after his injury.
Three races deep into the 2019 season, some drivers have yet to find their feet, but who have struggled the most?
George Russell admits Williams need to introduce upgrades that will make the FW42 a more consistent car but fears they don’t have that “something special” in the bag.
Robert Kubica feels he’s had “no race pace” since his Formula 1 return after another frustrating weekend for Williams in China.
Robert Kubica says Williams must get on top of a “surprise” balance shift which his FW42 encountered during Q1 at the Chinese GP.
Robert Kubica has finally seen a “good sign” with the Williams car starting to feel “a bit different” in China.
Robert Kubica painted another bleak picture about Williams’ chances of improvement at the Chinese Grand Prix.
Robert Kubica believes he is nothing more than a ‘passenger’ until Williams improve a host of issues with the FW42.
The FIA will install a second set of start lights halfway down the grid before the start of Sunday’s Bahrain Grand Prix.
Robert Kubica says it’s like Williams are running “completely different cars” after he finished well adrift of his team-mate on the same set-up in practice.
Robert Kubica has opened the lid further on the issues facing Williams in what is already proving to be a dreary old season.
Jacques Villeneuve is heavily critical of Robert Kubica’s return to the Formula 1 grid, saying it sends out “not the right message”.
With at least two drivers complaining they could not see the start lights in Melbourne due to other cars’ wings, the FIA are “working on a solution.”
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”.