Poor Robert Kubica returns to Formula One eight years after an accident crash when he almost left. The thirty-three-year-old pilot won Williams's next season with a substitute and tried rider this year. Kubica in the traditional stable will form a career duo with British beginner George Russell.
"Return to Formula One the next year is one of my biggest successes," Kubica said in a press release, the last time in a Renault motorcycle race race in 2010. The most successful season in F1 was two years before he won a single victory in the Canada Grand Prix and finished fourth in the final world championship.
In February 2011, Kubic's career was overthrown after an accident in the regional championship in Italy. In the crash, the quarters broke their factory and severely wounded their right arm, which was threatened by amputation. The doctors of the native Krakows saved their hands and followed long rehabilitation and travel back.
"It was a challenge, but what seemed impossible now seems to be possible, but this challenge is over, but a new start with Williams," said Kubica, whose hand is visibly flawed and twisted.
Between 2006 and 2010, the colors of the BMW Sauber and Renault teams received the 76 Great Prizes and 12 times in the podium.
Kubica was an admission to Williams before this season, but finally received the benefit of Rus Sergei Sirotkin. He won only one point this year, and another Canadian Launch Strike added. The traditional British team, who ruled the Construction Package in the past nine times, is the last in the season's ranking.
Kubic's change to the Williams race vehicle also means confirming the departure from Strolla to Force India, a partnership led by his father, Lawrence.
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