Robert Kubica1984-12-07 (age 34)
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Williams Formula 1 driver Robert Kubica says he currently has "no race pace" after another difficult day in Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix.
Robert Kubica says he is encouraged by a "different"-feeling Williams in China this weekend, as the team continues to work on improving its troubled 2019 Formula 1 car.
Robert Kubica says he is driving a "completely different car" compared to Williams Formula 1 teammate George Russell, despite both drivers running ostensibly identical set-ups.
Williams Formula 1 deputy team principal Claire Williams says she’s not “overly concerned” about a lack of spare parts in Bahrain this weekend – but she acknowledged that there’s little margin for accident damage.
Robert Kubica fears that hopes of Williams making progress at this weekend’s Bahrain Grand Prix will be hampered by ongoing spare parts concerns.
Robert Kubica says he has absolutely no regrets about returning to Formula 1, despite the competitive struggles that his Williams team is facing.
Robert Kubica says a pre-race grid panic that he could not see the start lights, plus a mirror falling off his car early in the Australian Grand Prix, added to the dramas of his Formula 1 return.
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Robert Kubica claims his Australian Grand Prix Friday practice running was compromised by minor damage and having to stay off the kerbs.
On the eve of the Formula 1 season, Williams chief technical officer Paddy Lowe has taken a leave of absence, and there are questions over its car’s legality.
Williams chief technical officer Paddy Lowe is taking “a leave of absence” from the Formula 1 team, Motorsport.com has learned.
Williams driver Robert Kubica believes he is only “20 percent” prepared for the first race of the 2019 Formula 1 season.
Williams arrived at pre-season testing late and has been clearly the slowest car on track. Every indication is that it will start the season adrift at the back. So how did things get to this point, and is there any hope for its 2019 campaign?
Robert Kubica says “time is running out” for Williams to complete the work it needs to be ready for the start of the 2019 Formula 1 season.
Williams is hoping to finally be able to run its new Formula 1 car for the first time on Wednesday afternoon, with the FW42 due to arrive at the Barcelona track in the early hours of the morning.