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Kubica admits Ferrari development role 'not easy' to turn down

When the time came to decide his options for 2019, Robert Kubica admits that turning down an offer from Ferrari wasn't an easy choice. Over eight years after a horrendous rally crash forced him to leave Grand Prix racing, and after a year of validating his ability to drive an F1 car in anger, Kubica will be back on the grid in Melbourne. The 34-year-old has committed to Williams for 2019, but only after discarding a tempting offer from Ferrari to work as the Scuderia's simulator and development driver. Kubica says he'll only be as good as Williams' 2019 car "I knew what I would have liked to do, but sometimes things are a bit more complicated than they look from the outside,"...
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