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Kubica: 'I'd rather be in an uncompetitive car than out of F1'

Robert Kubica says he will not give up despite enduring a difficult return to Formula 1 with Williams Racing. The Pole made his return to the sport after his horrific rally accident in 2011 in which he sustained life-changing injuries and lost partial use of his right arm. Despite spending much of his time racing this season at the back of the field with teammate George Russell, Kubica admitted that he would rather endure the pain of an uncompetitive car than sit on the sidelines any longer. "The season isn't over yet, we've only just had the fifth grand prix," he told the Polish newspaper Puls Biznesu. "Unfortunately, in this difficult situation, we often forget - and even...
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