Linked from http://www.formula1.com/news/interviews/2007/8/6655.html---Eighteen months have passed since Robert Kubica made his Formula One debut as BMW Sauber’s third driver. Since then Kubica’s time in the cockpit has been full of surprises. Not only was he swiftly promoted to a race drive after the departure of former champion Jacques Villeneuve, but he has also celebrated a podium finish and walked away from the most spectacular crash Formula One racing has seen in years. It’s no wonder...Read Full Story
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At the 2006 Hungarian Grand Prix, BMW Sauber’s Robert Kubica made history by becoming the first Polish driver to compete in a Formula One race. Last weekend, Kubica returned to the scene of his debut as an established driver with 15 race starts to his credit.
When he crossed the line in seventh place 12 months ago, there were plenty of raised eyebrows at the Hungaroring. On Sunday, however, few were surprised at his...Read Full Story
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The recent drama-packed race on the Nurburgring sparked memories of the 2006 Hungarian Grand Prix on a similarly wet track. Budapest is the next stopping-off point for Formula One: on 5th August, the 11th of 17 World Championship rounds will be held on the tight and twisty Hungaroring.
BMW Sauber are now a comfortable third in the constructors' championship with 61 points, 29 clear of Renault and 50 behind...Read Full Story
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Robert Kubica says his superb form since returning after his Montreal accident is purely because his comeback coincided with a set-up breakthrough.
The Pole's team-mate Nick Heidfeld held the upper hand at BMW during the early races, while Kubica struggled to adapt his driving style to the 2007 Bridgestone tyres.
Kubica then suffered his enormous accident in Canada and had to sit out the following week's US Grand Prix...Read Full Story
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Robert Kubica said he was always confident that he would be able to fend off Felipe Massa's marauding Ferrari in the closing laps of the British Grand Prix.
Massa had sliced through the field after stalling on the grid, then made up more ground at each of his pit stops.
But Kubica managed to resist the Brazilian throughout the last 13 laps to secure a second consecutive fourth place.
"Being behind here is tough as Felipe...Read Full Story
Robert Kubica (born: December 7, 1984 in Kraków, Poland) is the first Polish Formula One racing driver, driving for BMW Sauber.