Robert Kubica will contest the top class of next year's World Rally Championship (WRC) with M-Sport.
Robert Kubica seems to have more bad luck than most top-tier race car drivers, but maybe that's because his high-profile crashes since 2011 have garnered more media attention than his achievements. When we left off with him last month, he was within spitting distance of winning WRC2, and he indeed won the championship in late October. Show More Summary
Robert Kubica admits that returning to Formula 1 is a "nearly impossible" ambition, given the lasting physical limitations from his life-threatening rally crash in 2011.
Robert Kubica's victory in the Rally de Espana was enough to earn him the WRC 2 title at his first attempt. The Pole, who dominated the mixed-surface event, now heads to the final round in Wales with five victories to his name and an unassailable lead.
According to Scuderia Ferrari boss Stefano Domenicali, Robert Kubica's days of Formula One are over. You'll recall that Kubica, the former BMW Sauber and Lotus Renault ace was injured on a stage of the Ronde di Andora rally in a Skoda...Show More Summary
Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali believes Robert Kubica will never again compete in F1.
Robert Kubica may never race in Formula One again. But that's alright, because he's apparently finding a new way for himself in the World Rally Championship. As you may recall, Kubica was a budding F1 driver, having won the Formula Renault 3.5 Series in 2005 and his first F1 grand prix in 2008. Show More Summary
Former F1 driver Robert Kubica will step up and get the chance to drive a Citroën DS3 WRC car on Wales Rally GB next month, it has been confirmed.
Polish ex-F1 driver and current rally pilot Robert Kubica hit a rock and lost his wheel at Rally Poland over the weekend. Did he stop? Hell no. Read more...
Robert Kubica is probably the single driver with the most incredible comebacks to his name by sheer numbers, so he's not going to let a little bitty crash like this one in the Rally Finland slow him down. Not even if he needs to take out half the goddamn forest. Read more...
Citroën says it hopes to persuade Robert Kubica into making a World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) appearance when it enters the series next year.
Robert Kubica says he misses being part of Formula 1 – Formula 1 news Robert Kubica has claimed that he misses being a part of Formula 1, but would not return as a test driver unless he is assured of a drivers’ seat with a competitive team. The Polish driver has been out of action for quite some time following his career-threatening crash in 2011. Show More Summary
Providing Robert Kubica has recovered to a sufficent level of physical fitness, the Mercedes team says it would be willing to offer him a Formula 1 test. The comments, made by Executive Director Toto Wolff, come just days after it was confirmed that the Pole had completed mileage in the Brackley-based outfit's simulator.
Robert Kubica has confirmed that he has completed laps in the Mercedes simulator. The 28-year-old Pole still hopes to make a Formula 1 return after being seriously injured in a rally crash two years ago, with his condition allowing for the virtual test.
Mercedes is remaining silent over rumours that Robert Kubica has trialled its Formula 1 simulator. According to Bild the Pole visited Brackley for a virtual outing, but the outfit says it has "no comment to make" after being contacted by GPUpdate.net.
Lotus Team Principal Eric Boullier says he would consider re-signing Robert Kubica in the future, providing the Pole is physically prepared for a Formula 1 return.
Robert Kubica is probably very glad that guard rail was there, and that it held when he slid his car into it. Read more...
Robert Kubica crashed out of a comfortable lead at the Rally Canaries on Saturday afternoon. The Pole, making his debut in the European Rally Championship (ERC), lost control of his Citroën DS3 during a right-hand corner on the tenth of 14 stages.
Robert Kubica hasn't been in a Formula One grand prix race since a rally crash left him injured in early 2011, but that doesn't mean the driver has stopped thinking about F1. According to Autosport.com, Kubica is headed back to WRC2, but remains focused on getting back into an F1 driver's seat. Show More Summary