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Re: 2nd Test. 2019.
Posted by: shriekback
Date: 03/03/2019 21:32
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Yes.
He later said that this was the best Williams' car he ever drove handling-wise. And he drove the FW36 and FW40 (I'm not mentioning the FW41 here for obvious reasons) in the past, so handling in the 42 must be pretty f****** incredible when it works and the car is not "tired".


From an interview for Autosport:

Kubica was particularly frustrated by how his Barcelona programme ended as a lack of spare parts held Williams back on the final day.

This came as a disappointment after he'd been boosted by a strong stint on Wednesday, which he described as "one of my best runs in a Williams car".

"My last real run when I feel the car well was [Wednesday] afternoon, first run, when the car did things which I was surprised [by], a really nice surprise.



So, yes, frustrated that he could not see if there were even more really nice surprises to be discovered in the car and to further explore how far he could work with them, but it seems that Robert's opinion of the car as a basic platform is pretty high. I'll take his highly informed opinion of the potential of the car over a journalist observer's like Ben Anderson's every time.

The full article: [www.autosport.com]

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