F1 » Kubica reveals identity of his preferred replacement


A source close to Crash.net has revealed that injured Lotus Renault GP star Robert Kubica has named the driver he would like to see stand in for him at the Enstone-based outfit in F1 2011

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Liam - Unregistered

February 15, 2011 11:20 AM

Give it to Heidfeld, he has proven he has the pace to challenge for victories. Liuzzi hasn't done anything in F1 he rarely beats his team-mates apart from Scott Speed. Is Kubica worried that the pace Heidfeld showed in Jerez could threaten his seat at Lotus Renault if Heidfeld has a great year. Heidfeld is the best option he should be testing the car at Barcelona and he should race in 2011.

Mojo Jojo

February 15, 2011 11:50 AM

On the contrary, maybe the drugs have worn off and he is thinking clearly - about his future at least.

If Heidfeld does really well this season, Robert may not have a seat waiting for him when he becomes fit to race.

With Liuzzi on the other hand, his seat is safe.

Firestorm - Unregistered

February 15, 2011 12:08 PM

You can say everything about Heidfeld and Liuzzi but none of them is athreat for Kubica.He is better then any of them.When he will be ready to return, he will find a place in Lotus Renault GP, the seat which belongs to him.

Stefan - Unregistered

February 15, 2011 12:34 PM

There is no substitute availble, for Heidfeld for the seat at Renault.
They would be crazy if they don´t sign him.
I beleive the delay of the confirmation is due to negotiations depending the contract for Nick.
And the one who should be terrified now is Petrov.
If Nick goes well, and Robert comes back, who would you get rid of, Nick or Vitaly?

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