F1 » Kubica: Renault can challenge Ferrari in F1 2010


His initial turn of speed during testing in Valencia might have been nothing to write home about, but former Canadian Grand Prix-winner Robert Kubica is confident the Renault R30 has what it takes to rival early pace-setter Ferrari in F1 2010

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JOSE - Unregistered

February 04, 2010 3:42 PM

@ Alex,
shame on you, smoking what?? this guy is still talking bull. He always did, remember the blue turtle (BMW) back with him and JV, man he was really quick. No Alex my man, Kubica is just a dumb butt plug!
His team mate ($) has all the qualities to be the next WDC!! Renault said so!
I wound not be surprised if the Russian is gone by Monaco, actually much sooner.
Kubica, Renault, match pace with Massa or Alonzo,
this turkey has forgot about the new rules.
Lite up guys, chill out,lay back, be cool, this 2010 season is going to be a real smoker!!

JOSE

BATJ

February 04, 2010 6:54 PM

Poor BMW Bob. Did they pay him to say that or did he joke. The top 3 is Mercedes, Ferrari, McLaren and maybe Red Bull everything else is too much talkin' to attract sponsor attention

Kubica no1 fan - Unregistered

February 04, 2010 7:12 PM

Well said, Robert. I can't wait to see former champions' faces after being stung by a Polish Hornet. You were quicker than MS and hopefully we won't see that many cockups as we saw with BMW. You will also prove that you are able to develop a car (unlike Brit drivers) even if all what people hear is a whine. Ferrari will welcome you open handed in 2011 mate. Take care, avoid the barriers

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