Robert Kubica will be first to run Williams’ new aerodynamic upgrade this weekend, though both drivers should have it in time for the race.
Williams deputy team principal Claire Williams has firmly rejected claims Robert Kubica’s place at the team is under threat.
Williams deputy team principal Claire Williams has dismissed “crazy” claims Robert Kubica and George Russell are not given equal equipment.
Robert Kubica sees “no reason” to cut short his return to Formula 1 despite the lack of success he and Williams have experienced so far.
Formula 1 Management is investigating a technical fault with its Austrian Grand Prix Driver of the Day poll which was won by last-placed Robert Kubica.
Robert Kubica says a story circulated by Alfa Romeo about what happened to the champagne bottle from 2008 Canadian Grand Prix win is not true.
Williams will divide Nicholas Latifi’s 2019 race weekend outings between the cars of its two race drivers, in a departure from the team’s previous practice.
Williams has not been able to confirm Robert Kubica’s view that the two FW42 chassis it produced for the start of the season performed very differently.
Robert Kubica will start today’s Azerbaijan Grand Prix from the pit lane following his crash during qualifying.
Robert Kubica says the crash which ended his qualifying effort for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix was a small mistake which brought a high price.
Robert Kubica says Williams’ simulation of the Baku City Circuit is not “representative” of the track which he will drive on for the first time tomorrow.
Robert Kubica says F1 is “exactly the same” in some ways as when he last raced in 2010 while other aspects are now “completely different”.
Robert Kubica says if Williams are any more competitive in the Chinese Grand Prix this weekend it will only be because the track and conditions are different to previous races.
Robert Kubica says his Williams’s lack of grip in the Bahrain Grand Prix was impossible to cure, even had they tried extreme solutions.
Robert Kubica says he will have to stay off the kerbs during this weekend’s Bahrain Grand Prix because Williams is short of parts to repair his car with.
Robert Kubica said his damaged car handled so badly during his F1 comeback in the Australian Grand Prix he “nearly started laughing”.
Robert Kubica says his first day of practice for Williams was compromised because of damage on his car and a shortage of spare parts.
Robert Kubica says today’s Formula 1 rookies like his new team mate George Russell arrive in the sport much more prepared than he was on his debut 13 years ago.
Robert Kubica says his return to Formula 1 next year “shows nothing is impossible” in his first interview since confirming his comeback.
Robert Kubica has revealed he nearly did not participate in the fateful 2011 rally in which he was seriously injured, and that he had a Ferrari F1 contract for 2012.