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Sebastian Vettel has revealed he has mixed feelings about the return of Robert Kubica to Formula 1 racing in 2019.
Robert Kubica has suggested Williams’ problems could have eased in 2018 had they listened to the drivers straightaway.
Robert Kubica has said he has no fear whatsoever as he prepares to end his Formula 1 racing hiatus by driving for Williams in 2019.
Claire Williams has suggested that the Williams team will improve because of the fighting spirit that Robert Kubica will bring to the team.
Robert Kubica’s decision to take on the reserve driver role for the Williams team was one of the key reasons as to why he has a race seat for 2019.
Williams are convinced Robert Kubica can do the job despite any limitations he still has as a result of the arm injury he sustained in 2011.
Robert Kubica has admitted that several people have left the Williams team, who finished rock bottom of the table in 2018.
Claire Williams has said Robert Kubica was given the 2019 drive after impressing during “a full evaluation process”.
Robert Kubica has sealed a remarkable return to racing action in Formula 1 after Williams officially announced him for the 2019 season.
Robert Kubica has hailed his full return to Formula 1 as “one of the greatest achievements of my life”.
Sergey Sirotkin has said he knew his time with Williams was coming to an end but “still can’t believe it is happening”.
Some Formula 1 fans have been tricked by a fake Robert Kubica account on Twitter, teasing news of a 2019 return.
Robert Kubica reportedly has an offer to race for Williams in 2019 and will make a decision “within a few days”.
Robert Kubica has confirmed that “conversations” have taken place with Ferrari about becoming their development driver next season.
A potential ‘Plan B’ option has emerged for Robert Kubica should he not land the Williams drive for 2019.
One of three drivers in the running for a 2019 Williams race seat, Robert Kubica insists he won’t wait forever for the team to make their decision.
Robert Kubica has suggested Williams may have “different priorities” to him as both work on finalising their 2019 plans.
Robert Kubica has said he would “consider” pursuing other interests away from Formula 1 if he cannot land a 2019 seat.
Linked to Lance Stroll’s Williams seat should he leave during this season, Robert Kubica admits a F1 drive may “not have the happy end” he wants.
Robert Kubica believes he is “ready” to step up to a Williams race seat at any time should Lance Stroll leave the team.
Robert Kubica says he is still finding Formula 1 “rewarding” despite being in a reserve and development role.
Robert Kubica has said he has adapted the way he drives to compensate for the limitations in his right arm and hand.
Testing for Williams at the Hungaroring, Robert Kubica says “everything is easier” 12 months since returning to the Formula 1 scene.
Robert Kubica has said he is not currently in talks with Haas as silly season rumours continue for the 2019 campaign.
Robert Kubica admits Williams’ lack of pace has taken away some of the pain of having missed out on a race seat.
Robert Kubica has confirmed he agreed a deal to race alongside Fernando Alonso at Ferrari for the 2012 F1 season but was robbed of the opportunity when he crashed during a rally.
Robert Kubica has said the “next two to three months” will determine whether he will make a full return to Formula 1.
Robert Kubica may not be ingratiating himself with his bosses after telling journalists that the best thing about the FW41 is the “livery.”
Robert Kubica believes that his choices of race seats for the 2019 season rests on other driver choices, and that there may not be much available.
Robert Kubica has explained his adapted driving style, saying it may be different to ten years but the “outcome is the same or nearly the same.”