F1 » Kubica: Not time to discuss my future

Robert Kubica admits it isn't the time to discuss his F1 future as rumours abound about where he will race in 2011

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cobalt - Unregistered

June 02, 2010 11:58 AM

So far Kubica is making right decision. It is impressive that somebody so young can have such a mature attitude. He knows what works for him and seems to have his priorities right. His confidence is growing, rigtly so.


June 02, 2010 12:20 PM

Kubica is not a superstar, nor is he super talented. Like many, he would win in the right car. He can up his game at times - and may well pace Alonso at Ferrari. In a poor car, he doesn't shine. This year's Renault is good - even rookie Petrov is running in the top 10... Personally, I'd like to see him at Ferrari. He would probably perform the same as Alonso, at a fraction of the price - and produce more than Massa, who's return has been pretty non-descript...

cobalt - Unregistered

June 02, 2010 12:34 PM

There may be a Kubica/Massa swap between Renault and Ferrari. With Tarek Obaid/Saudi oil investment in Renault staying put may be a better option for Kubica. Now Renault will have funds to keep improving the car. Wait and see if they are capable of outpacing Merc and catching up with McL.

HeyHo let's GO! - Unregistered

June 02, 2010 2:13 PM

Even that Kubica knows italian language, had lived in Italy before Monaco, has plenty of supporters in Italy, Alonso is his friend in F1, etc...what reason is to move to struggling Ferrari now??? It would be a difficult to handle both Alonso and Kubica as they want to WIN. And I think Kubica sees what's going on at Ferrari - mess up - comparing to what's going on at Renault F1 the best thing is to just focus on his current job at french squad. They look like best cooperative family on the grid.

A.S. - Unregistered

June 02, 2010 2:46 PM

Funny thing is how Alonso couldn't push Renault forward after coming back from McLaren and how Robert can do it with Renault under only 25% of original ownership. :)

Sixth String - Unregistered

June 02, 2010 2:53 PM

Kubica has all the potential to match the likes of Schumacher, Hill and Hakkinen.If he was with Redbull or McLaren, he would have surpassed Hamilton(button is out of the question!!) Webber or Vettel, He's got all the requisites to win championships.As for his ability to drive, well lets see him perform at the canadian GP, which seems to be his favourite circuit


June 02, 2010 3:07 PM

a s . you can read anything into anything. you could argue that kubica is benefiting from alonsos work with renault last year. after all, doesnt alonso say that he adds 1 sec to any team he is with. but alonso is not living up to his claims with ferrari. steady massa is performing better!
kubica is better to stay quiet at present and then to see what offers are put on the table. ferrari havent offered him ANYTHING yet, not even a seat. all rumours are just that. rumours! spread to enhance a drivers profile.

cobalt - Unregistered

June 02, 2010 3:19 PM

Kubica is considering Ferrari move. Massas manager was in talks with Renault. Renault (Lopez and Boullier)openly said that they want Kubica to stay. They would not said that for no reason. There are no decisions yet but the swap is more than just a rumour.

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