F1 reserve driver Kubica says return to racing is possible

2018-03-29 21:04
Robert Kubica (Gallo Images)

Warsaw - Robert Kubica says last year's test drives for Renault have shown that a return to Formula One racing is possible despite almost losing his right hand in a 2011 rally crash. 

The Pole did not secure a place with Renault, his team at the time of the crash, but showed that "not everything is lost." 

Kubica, now a reserve driver for Williams, does not have full command of his right hand but he says he can still drive at a high level. 

Kubica says "we all know I have limitations now, but ... they are not big enough to prevent me from top-level driving an F1 car."

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