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Robert Kubica to stay on at Alfa Romeo for 2022 F1 season

Robert Kubica will continue as a reserve driver for Alfa Romeo next season, the Swiss-based Formula One team said on Wednesday. The 36-year-old former racer will be a stand-in should Valtteri Bottas, who is joining from Mercedes, or Chinese rookie Guanyu Zhou become unavailable. Kubica has already raced twice this...
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‘It was a real eye-opener’: George Russell lifts lid on working with Robert Kubica

George Russell has credited former teammate Robert Kubica in helping him develop in Formula 1.His progression has seen him bag his dream move as he will partner Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes in 2022. He has had a loan spell at Williams to develop his driving which is where he had valuable time with Kubica, who scored the team’s only point in 2019.Russell told Motorsport Magazine: “Definitely being teammates with Robert is something I was incredibly fortunate to have. He’s got so much experience, so much technical knowledge. That was a real eye-opener for me being team-mates with Robert and I...
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Robert Kubica to replace Alfa Romeo's Kimi Raikkonen at Monza

Polish driver Robert Kubica will stand in for Kimi Raikkonen again for Alfa Romeo at Monza in Italy this weekend after the Finn continued to isolate due to testing positive for COVID-19. Raikkonen, the 2007 world champion with Ferrari, also missed last weekend's Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort and the...
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How Robert Kubica returned to racing against the odds

Regarded as one of the best of his generation and with a Ferrari F1 deal signed, Robert Kubica suffered a horrific injury. We hear how he made his comeback. Robert Kubica had the Formula 1 world at his feet a decade ago. Already a grand prix winner and heading into the 2011 season with Renault, the Pole had a Ferrari agreement in place for 2012 and was recognised as one of the best. Then he crashed while competing in the Ronde di Andora Rally, a fun event between the first and second pre-season F1 tests that he did for the love of it. He paid an enormous price.
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Alfa F1 tester Robert Kubica joins WRT for LMP2 programme in ELMS

Formula 1 race winner Robert Kubica will contest the full European Le Mans Series in the LMP2 prototype ranks with the Belgian WRT squad this year. The Alfa Romeo F1 test and reserve driver, who last year raced with BMW in the DTM, was announced by WRT on Friday as part of an expanded programme for its first full season in LMP2.
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