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BREAKING: Kubica to leave Williams at end of the season!

Williams driver Robert Kubica has announced that he will leave the Grove-based team at the end of the season, as the Polish veteran has struggled for most of his comeback season in F1. The one-time Grand Prix winner announced his departure in today's press conference in Singapore ahead of this weekend's Grand Prix at the Marina Bay Circuit. Many drivers could be lined up to replace the 34-year-old, with Formula 2 driver Nicholas Latifi currently the favourite to take the seat in 2020. However, Nico Hülkenberg could also be an option, with the German having lost his drive at Renault for 2020 at the hands of Esteban Ocon. Updates to follow!
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