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Kubica set for Williams private test. Kubica will have a private test, possibly at Interlagos, to run the rule over him... Since it was reported that he had asked for his release from Renault, he has taken on reigning World Champion and former Williams driver Nico Rosberg as part of his management team.

Rosberg: "Robert and Lewis are the fastest I ever raced against. Therefore, I am thrilled to join forces with Robert on his journey back to racing in Formula 1."


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Kubica emerges as a front-runner for Williams seat- Kubica emerges as a front-runner for Williams seat

Robert Kubica set for Williams test as team considers pole for 2018 seat

Williams will organise a private test for Robert Kubica in the coming weeks in order to analyse whether the Polish driver should be awarded a 2018 seat alongside Lance Stroll.

Kubica looked set to make a comeback with Renault after completing two private runs in a 2012-spec car followed by a day of in-season testing in Hungary, where he and the team admitted a return was viable.

Renault have however chosen to loan Carlos Sainz from Toro Rosso and with Nico Hülkenberg contracted through 2018, Kubica's comeback chance looked to be over.

Williams could now offer the 32-year-old a lifeline as it considers its options for next season, which also include retaining Felipe Massa, whilst reserve driver Paul di Resta is also up for consideration given his strong performance in Hungary when he stood in for an unwell Massa.

Kubica though is thought to be favourite for the seat, but Williams are keen to analyse his performance and speed before committing and are set to organise a private test in a 2014 FW36 in the coming weeks.

Massa, though keen to stay for another season, would likely move to Formula E after recently admitting the series was on his radar.

https://www.motorsportweek.com/news/id/15950

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Who will Williams pick for 2018?


Felipe Massa ....... 7%

Robert Kubica .................................................. ............................ 78%

Paul Di Resta ............... 15%

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Robert Kubica: Williams to give Polish driver two days of testing



Williams are to give Robert Kubica two days of testing this month to establish whether the Pole can make his comeback to Formula 1 after seven years away, and now want to evaluate him as a potential replacement for Felipe Massa.

Kubica is due to test initially at Silverstone after the Japanese Grand Prix before moving on to a full assessment test at the Hungaroring and both outings are expected to be private. Williams declined to comment.

The team plan to run for two days at the site of the Hungarian Grand Prix, with Kubica driving one day and Williams reserve driver Paul di Resta the other to provide a benchmark for Kubica's performance. Di Resta, 31, also has an outside chance of being promoted to a race seat next season, but unless something changes, the decision over 2018 at this stage is fundamentally between Massa and Kubica.

The key question for Williams is whether Kubica is physically up to a return to F1. Renault said in August that they still had "question marks" over Kubica's readiness to return to F1 after a day's test at the Hungaroring in their 2017 car. But his manager says the driver is ready to make a return and Kubica will be determined to use the Williams test as a chance to prove it. The main question marks are over the strength and mobility in his right arm, which was partially severed in the accident in 2011, in which he also suffered multiple fractures throughout his body. Williams will want to establish whether he can manage the car in long, demanding corners, of which the Hungaroring has several, and can turn it around a tight hairpin. His physical endurance in terms of the strength of his arm over a race distance is also a concern.

Di Resta filled in capably for Massa at the last minute when the Brazilian fell ill over the Hungarian Grand Prix weekend. The Scot, who had last raced in F1 in 2013, qualified 0.7 seconds behind team-mate Lance Stroll despite not having sat in the car before qualifying started. Massa retired at the end of last season because Williams intended to partner Stroll with Finn Valtteri Bottas this season and could not get a driver elsewhere. But when Bottas moved to Mercedes following the retirement of world champion Nico Rosberg, the 36-year-old returned. Although Stroll has impressed at some races, most notably Azerbaijan and Italy, Massa has comprehensively out-performed the 18-year-old Canadian rookie at most races this season, and has a sizeable advantage over him in qualifying of an average of around 0.7secs a lap.

But Williams are aware that Massa can be inconsistent and do not want to pass up the opportunity to take Kubica if he is close to the level he was before his accident. He was regarded as one of the very best drivers in F1, with a talent comparable to that of Briton Lewis Hamilton and Spain's Fernando Alonso. Stroll's father Lawrence is paying many millions of pounds a season for his son's position at Williams and is taking on an influential role at the team. But he is said to have no say in the decision over who Williams recruits for 2018 and to be fully supportive of the team signing the best and most suitable driver.

Robert Kubica: Williams to give Polish driver two days of testing - BBC Sport

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Robert Kubica completes 'successful' Williams test at Silverstone

Robert Kubica has completed a one-day test in a 2014-spec Williams at Silverstone as the Formula 1 team evaluates his potential for a 2018 race seat.

The Pole is pushing for a return to F1 six-and-a-half years after he suffered serious injuries in a rallying crash. However, he faces competition for the Williams seat alongside Lance Stroll from Paul di Resta, Felipe Massa and Pascal Wehrlein.

Williams has put together a dedicated testing programme in its 2014-spec car, used by Stroll for circuit familiarisation, to see if Kubica is fit enough to return next season. Kubica completed a full day's worth of running in a white-liveried FW36 in the behind-closed-doors test at a cloudy Silverstone on Wednesday.

Williams said the test was "successful" but it is keen to keep further information under wraps and did not release any details about the amount of laps covered or lap times set. The team plans to run Kubica again at the Hungaroring - where Kubica drove a 2017-spec Renault for a day during in-season testing in August. It is believed that test will take place next week, ahead of the United States Grand Prix at Austin, with reserve driver di Resta getting one day of running the following day.

Williams is in no rush to make a decision, given it has the most coveted seat left on the 2018 grid, but it is believed the team would like to be able to make an announcement before the end of the season.

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"The final stage of Robert Kubica's evaluation with Williams F1 is underway. Last Wednesday, he performed well enough in a test at Silverstone to convince Williams to fly their personnel over to Hungary for the second half of his trials: a day spent at the Hungaroring, where he first drove the Renault R.S.17 in August. Tuesday was the day for Robert's second (and probably final) test with the team, and the test was, according to Williams, "productive." A report on the test by Motorsport states that Kubica's job is done in Hungary, and that Wednesday will see current Williams reserve driver Paul di Resta setting times of his own, as a benchmark for Kubica to beat.

One interesting piece of news after the Silverstone test went almost unnoticed: a Polish petroleum company, Grupa Lotos, teased the possibility of sponsoring someone referred to only as "the fastest driver in the world." Who on earth could that be? Well, this company boasts of being an "official partner of Robert Kubica," which leaves little to the imagination.

The Drive reached out to both Williams and Grupa Lotos regarding potential discussions between the team and petroleum company, but only Williams responded. The spokesperson, however, declined to comment. Williams is staying mum on the topic of Kubica's test sessions to all outlets at present, but with the estimated lap time we now possess, we are no longer totally in the dark: we have a candle to keep our hopes lit."

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F1 fans call for Robert Kubica return after Williams test drive as #SupportKubica goes viral
Thursday 19 October 2017 18:13 BST

Formula One fans have flooded social media with support for former-F1 driver Robert Kubica in a bid to try and help his cause to return to a full-time drive in 2018, with Williams considering offering the pole a seat in one of their two cars for next season after a “productive” test on Wednesday.

The news that Kubica was back behind the wheel was greeted with huge positivity among F1 fans, with many keen to see the Pole return to the cockpit after his career was cut short by the horror injury.

Kubica, who still has limited movement in his right arm despite six years of rehabilitation, was considered one of the most talented drivers of his generation and it is no surprise to see his supporters still vocal in their desire to have him back in the sport’s premier category.

As a result, the hash tag #SupportKubica went viral on Thursday, with many social media users posting videos of him during his F1 career or mocking up memes in an effort to persuade Williams into giving him a second chance.

With three races remaining in the 2017 season, Massa is running out of time to save his seat in the sport – having initially retired last year – and a return for Kubica would go down as one of the most remarkable stories in F1 history.

F1 fans call for Robert Kubica return after Williams test drive as #SupportKubica goes viral | The Independent


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Reports Claim Robert Kubica Exceeded Williams' Expectations

International media is boiling with excitement, and multiple outlets are claiming Kubica's test went well enough to end Williams' driver search.

October 22, 2017



This past Tuesday, Kubica dropped into the cockpit of the Williams FW36 for his second major evaluation by Williams, with the result described only as "productive" by the team. The following day, Paul di Resta hopped in to set lap times of his own, to be compared with Kubica's, and his own session, described as "busy," received an equal treatment of acknowledgement, but minimal release of information. Sources beyond Williams, however, are reporting that leaks from within the team have disseminated information on both the tests and the driver selection, and that things are looking positive for both Williams and Kubica.

After di Resta's test on Wednesday, Brazilian outlet Racing Motorsports reported that Kubica was faster than Paul di Resta, and Switzerland's Blick followed Friday, claiming that Kubica had "surprised in Hungary," and had convinced team management with his pace. Przeglad Sportowy adds a claim that the decision as to who will occupy the second Williams seat in 2018 has been made, and that it won't be Felipe Massa.

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Robert Kubica set for third Williams test

November 11 2017



Kubica impressed Williams in the two tests sessions at Silverstone and the Hungaroring

Williams are set to give Robert Kubica a third test with the team as they seek to establish whether he can make a comeback from life-changing injuries.

The Pole has not raced in F1 for more than seven years, following a horrific rally accident in 2011 in which he suffered a partially severed right arm.

Kubica, 32, tested twice for Williams last month and the team's preference is to sign him to race for them in 2018, but they want him to do another test to allay their remaining concerns.

Kubica has partial movement in his right arm and, that combined with the length of his absence, has raised questions about whether he can again operate at the required level. He impressed the team in his two tests in October, one at Silverstone and one at the Hungaroring, but they were in a 2014 car with only reserve driver Paul Di Resta as a benchmark.

Williams are now planning to test him at the official F1 Pirelli tyre test at Abu Dhabi in the week after the season-closing race at the Yas Marina circuit to get a clearer idea of his potential. This will give them a comparison with the other teams as well as their own data from the race weekend just before.

Williams are refusing to confirm the test, saying that their driver line-up for the two days is not yet confirmed, but Kubica is almost certain to drive at least one day, with the identity of the other driver as yet unknown.

Kubica is very much Williams' first choice to replace the retiring Felipe Massa as partner for Lance Stroll.

Russian Daniil Kvyat, dropped by Red Bull last month, is another option, as is Sauber driver Pascal Wehrlein. Senior figures in F1 believe that Kvyat has moved up Williams' list as their second choice if Kubica does not work out. Di Resta's chances, which were never strong, appear to be fading further.

Robert Kubica set for third Williams test - BBC Sport


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Kubica to drive for Williams in Abu Dhabi test
22 Nov 2017

Williams have announced that Robert Kubica and Sergey Sirotkin will share driving duties with Lance Stroll in next week's Pirelli tyre test in Abu Dhabi.

Kubica, who has been heavily linked with Williams' vacant 2018 seat, will drive on both days of the two-day test, which runs immediately after this weekend's 2017 finale on the Yas Marina circuit.

It will be the Pole's third test outing with the team - and his second taste of 2017 F1 machinery, following an official outing with Renault in August.

Williams intend to use Kubica on the opening morning and final afternoon, with Stroll taking over for the rest of day one and Sirotkin doing likewise on the morning of day two.

The test is run under Pirelli's guidance as part of a season-long programme to evaluate the Italian manufacturer's 2018 tyre compounds.

Williams said they were 'excited' to have the opportunity to partake in the trials with 'such an interesting range of drivers: Lance, as confirmed race driver for 2018, Robert with his huge experience, and Sergey as a very promising young talent in Formula One'.

Williams are one of only two teams, alongside Sauber, yet to confirm their 2018 driver line-up.

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Kubica tables $7m offer to Williams, for seven races!

Robert Kubica has reportedly offered Williams $7 million for its second seat alongside Lance Stroll next season, but on a seven-race trial basis.

The Grove-based outfit appears to have set its sights on Sergey Sirotking, a surprise contender for its coveted drive who came out of the blue following his impressive performance at the Abu Dhabi post-season test last month.

The Russian is rumored to be backed by a generous sponsorship package from Russian bank SMP, valued at twice the amount available to Kubica.
But Alessandro Alunni Bravi and Nico Rosberg, the Polish driver's managers, are attempting to sway Williams' decision in favour of their driver by offering $7 million to the British team for the first seven races of 2018.

"If he does not convince Williams (during the 7 races), Sirotkin will replace the Pole," reports Finnish broadcaster MTV.

Williams is reportedly "seriously considering" the Kubica proposal, which is why the team postponed its 2018 driver line-up announcement until after the new year.

Kubica tables $7m offer to Williams, for seven races!

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Thumbs up Kubica set for Williams reserve role – report

Date published: January 13 2018

Williams has reportedly offered Robert Kubica the chance to become their reserve driver for the 2018 season, according to L'Equipe.

The Pole had been hoping to land a full-time seat alongside Lance Stroll and complete a fairytale comeback to the sport after life-changing injuries, but has seemingly lost out to Sergey Sirotkin with an announcement expected next week.

But rather than close the door completely on Kubica, Williams are apparently interested in making him their reserve driver for the upcoming campaign and give him the chance to drive in Friday practice sessions.

With two young drivers in Sirotkin and Stroll, it is believed Kubica's experience would be a valuable asset to the team as he could help with the set-up of their 2018 challenger.

Kubica set for Williams reserve role - report | PlanetF1 : PlanetF1

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If I were Kubica I would not be happy.
Sirotkin has more sponsorship (money) to bring to the team and Williams wants Kubica to help train and advise both drivers, offering him an understudy role.
Surely that was not what he wanted.
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WILLIAMS MARTINI RACING Announces Robert Kubica as 2018 Reserve and Development Driver

16 Jan 2018
WILLIAMS MARTINI RACING is pleased to announce Robert Kubica as its Reserve and Development Driver for the 2018 Formula One season.

Robert’s return to Formula One included several tests with Williams over the second half of last year, as well as the Abu Dhabi Pirelli tyre test at the conclusion of the 2017 season. He will have a particularly active role within the team this year, including participation in the Barcelona pre-season testing, in-season testing, and will also take part in a number of race weekend practice sessions.


Robert’s experience and knowledge will prove invaluable to our technical group in the development of FW41’s car performance. He will be able to assist the race drivers and engineers deliver better qualifying and race performance, and of course, be available to stand-in as the race driver if required. He will also support the team’s media and sponsorship support programme.

Robert Kubica said; “I’m extremely happy to be joining the Williams team as its official Reserve and Development Driver this season. I feel in the best physical shape that I have ever been, but it has taken a lot of work to get to where I am now, so I’d like to thank Williams for the opportunities they have given me so far, and for putting their faith in me with this appointment. I have enjoyed being back in the Formula One paddock over these past few months, and I now look forward to working with the Williams technical team, both at the factory and at the track, to really help push forward the development of the FW41 and to make a real difference to their 2018 campaign. Having driven both the FW36 and the FW40, I’m looking forward to seeing how the FW41 measures up on track and working with the team to ensure we can maximise the performance of the car. My ultimate goal remains to race again in Formula One and this is another important step in that direction: I cannot wait to get started.”


Claire Williams, Deputy Team Principal, said: “I am delighted to announce that Robert will be joining Williams as our Reserve and Development Driver for the 2018 season. All of us at Williams have been immensely impressed at what he has achieved, and it is a great credit to his strength of character and commitment to return to Formula One. We are excited to be continuing our relationship with Robert and look forward to working with him this coming season.”

Paddy Lowe, Chief Technical Officer, added: “First and foremost, we’d like to congratulate Robert on what he has achieved so far. To overcome his injuries, return to fitness, and drive a Formula One car again is a remarkable achievement, and one that few considered possible. We anticipate Robert will make a strong technical contribution to the team, using his wealth of experience in track testing, simulator work, and support to the race drivers and engineers at every race. He is a driver I have admired for many years and I am personally very happy to be working with him towards our 2018 Championship.”

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All very political and politely correct but I would suggest that unless something dire occurs to either driver that Kubica will not race in F1 again.

The team have decided on sponsorship and youth and are using Kubica's experience and knowledge to school the next generation. Had any other team offered him a drive he would have accepted it. He is hoping that one or the other will fail.
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It may not be the job he really wanted but Robert Kubica believes he can achieve “personal satisfaction and goals” in his new role as Williams’ reserve driver.

Earlier this week the Grove team announced that Kubica had not secured a race-seat for this year’s championship, instead signing Russian driver Sergey Sirotkin.

Kubica, though, was handed a role with the team as their official reserve and development driver. Ultimately it is not what the Pole wanted, having made it clear that he wishes to return to full-time racing, however, he believes he can help Williams in their quest to move up the grid.

“My role will be a development and reserve driver,” he explained. “Of course time has changed in Formula 1 so there is a bit less action and much more simulator work. I will be working, trying to improve the car, help the team in the simulator but also some activities on the race track in order to be in a position to give better feedback. Having been given the chance to drive a Formula 1 car, and actually see that I’m able to do it, was one of my best days of my life. I will have a bit of time in the car, behind the wheel, and I’m looking forward to that for sure. But I’m also looking forward to trying to help the guys with the simulator to get it as close as possible to reality. It is a bit different role than racing but I think I can have personal satisfaction and personal goals this year.”

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All very political and politely correct but I would suggest that unless something dire occurs to either driver that Kubica will not race in F1 again.

The team have decided on sponsorship and youth and are using Kubica's experience and knowledge to school the next generation. Had any other team offered him a drive he would have accepted it. He is hoping that one or the other will fail.
Here's a excellent interview with Kubica about the whole situation.

Robert Kubica feels 'closer than ever' to full-time F1 return

And some more good news, as Kubica may race in WEC alongside Alonso, but in Manor's Mecachrome-powered Ginetta LMP1 contender.

Robert Kubica eyes WEC involvement with Manor LMP1 squad

John Stedman • 19 hours ago
"This is excellent news. I had a close look at the Ginetta G60 in the UK last month, and it has all the makings of a winner. Robert's three day test will give him a great opportunity to really stretch the legs of the car, and to satisfy himself that he has the necessary stamina to excel throughout the WEC season. The test venue at Aragon in Spain was mainly designed by the British architects Foster and Partners ten years ago, and has a high reputation for two and four wheel racing. All the ingredients are here for Robert Kubica and the Manor Ginetta LMP1 Team to create a real success story."

https://www.ginetta.com/news/two-gin...e-championship

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Friday morning May 11th- Kubica replaces Sirotkin in FW41 in Spanish GP Practice One; Pole's last GP participation was 2010 season finale in Abu Dhabi

Robert Kubica confirmed to drive for Williams in Spanish GP Practice One | F1 News


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In what can be considered an exciting move for F1 fans, Robert Kubica could be making a glorious return to F1 this season as early as the Singapore Grand Prix (Sept 14-16).

https://www.sportskeeda.com/f1/f1-ro...ore-grand-prix

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