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Williams confirm Robert Kubica in 2019 F1 race seat alongside George Russell

Williams has confirmed that Robert Kubica will return to Formula 1 racing with the team in 2019, eight years after his previous entry in the championship. The Polish driver raced in F1 between 2006 and 2010 for BMW Sauber and Renault, taking victory at the 2008 Canadian Grand Prix. But a serious rally accident in early 2011 led to a severe arm injury that prompted a lengthy interruption to his career before he returned to action in the World Rally Championship. Kubica dabbled in circuit racing and in mid-2017 began a programme with the intention of making a return to Formula 1, testing firstly with Renault prior to linking up with Williams. The 33-year old was overlooked for 2018 in favour...
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