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Kubica doesn't regret F1 comeback

Robert Kubica insists he does not regret returning to Formula 1. The Pole had a poor weekend for Williams at the Australian Grand Prix, which was his first race since returning from an eight-year recovery after suffering permanent arm injuries in a rally crash.
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