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Re: Kubica's awesomeness discussion thread
Mikef1 (IP Logged)
19 March, 2018 11:43
Well sky sports have predicted the future on their latest article. Apparently Kubica is still our test driver in 2021

Quote from them

Kubica was impressive and consistent in the FW44, and told Sky Sports that he was still "targeting quite high goals" following the two-week test.

 
Re: Kubica's awesomeness discussion thread
Gunk (IP Logged)
19 March, 2018 13:52
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Ozzy Osbone
The fact is that if KUB was half a second faster, lap after lap than SIR then he would have got the drive.
Sirotkin is an intelligent young man. He can drive a car fast. He can race well. There is nothing at all to say he couldn't become the equal or better of KUB in an F1 car. Then he brings money.

Yes there will maybe be some rookie mistakes.

On the flip side, are we really sure that KUB can compete in 20 plus grand prix with only one arm properly working?

Anyway, I don't see what AJ has done wrong other than stating the truth. Some of us watch the lower classes with interest.

I'd go along with all of that. Robert admitted that he wasn't familiar enough with the tyres for one lap pace. When it appeared as if he would be in a Williams seat, he and Nico were discussing buying a car for a private program over the winter.

Paddy repeats often enough, 'were on a journey with Robert' and I think this is a good arrangement. Every race weekend with Williams and everything he contributes builds his credibility. At the end of 2018, he won't be 'that one-armed guy who's been out of it for 7 years.' He may even be a couple of tenths quicker than Stroll right now, but then again so is a three legged cat.

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