Robert Kubica1984-12-07 (age 34)
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Robert Kubica has apologised to Max Verstappen for getting in his way as he left the pits during the Brazilian Grand Prix, but says he did not know his Red Bull rival was so close.
Williams Formula 1 driver Robert Kubica says water thrown up from a kerb by Kevin Magnussen triggered his heavy crash in second practice for the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen say they do not want to give up FP1 time in 2020 if Haas signs Williams driver Robert Kubica to a Formula 1 development role.
Robert Kubica has slammed the Williams Formula 1 team for removing its upgraded front wing from his car at the Japanese Grand Prix, saying it 'crossed boundaries' for "strange reasons".
Williams is facing a race against time to get Robert Kubica in to the Japanese Grand Prix as it attempts to build up a new car for him before the race.
Robert Kubica says that Williams did well to "hide" its issue with a lack of key spares for the FW42 until George Russell's crash in the Russian GP brought it into the open.
Williams believes that the delayed arrival of a new steering wheel for Robert Kubica was still of value to the Pole, even though it only arrived after the summer break.
The Williams Formula 1 team has confirmed that a wheel retention issue caused George Russell’s accident in the Russian GP – and reiterated that a lack of spares triggered the decision to park the car of teammate Robert Kubica.
For Robert Kubica it's been uphill all the way in his long-awaited return to Formula 1 after a debilitating physical injury. But things are getting better and, even though it won't be at Williams, he's keen to stay in F1, he tells Stuart Codling
The Alfa Romeo Formula 1 team has been unsuccessful in its bid to have its German Grand Prix penalties overturned.
Haas has opened talks with Robert Kubica about the Pole becoming a test and simulator driver in 2020, team boss Gunther Steiner has confirmed.
Robert Kubica says returning to Formula 1 after severe injury has been "the biggest achievement of my life", as his Williams exit looks to limit his comeback to one season.
George Russell expects the Italian Grand Prix to be 2019's "toughest" round for his Williams Formula 1 team, due to the characteristics of the Monza circuit.
Williams is considering Nicholas Latifi for a race seat in Formula 1 next season, but current driver Robert Kubica is still among the “handful” of candidates the team will assess.
Formula 1 rookie George Russell says it can be a “little bit hurtful” to receive negative comments from the most outspoken fans of his Williams teammate Robert Kubica.
Williams Formula 1 driver Robert Kubica believes consistency is the key to being able to unlock more performance on grand prix weekends after a "complicated" first half of 2019.