F1 » Wolff: Kubica 'helping' Mercedes


Toto Wolff confirms that Robert Kubica is 'helping' Mercedes after a recent run in its simulator - and doesn't rule out an F1 test if the Pole is up to it in future

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oldtimer - Unregistered

May 03, 2013 2:46 PM

A shame to have to say it but his time in F1 has gone, he won't have driven a F1 car for three years or so. So even if he does do a test things have changed (and not for the better). I'd like to see him in a DTM car and i believe that is much more of a possibility. I wish him all the luck, he seems like a really nice guy and is a huge loss to F1.

Olek135i - Unregistered

May 03, 2013 4:09 PM

When someone needs help getting out of a jam, they call the Wolff (Harvey Keitel in Pulp Fiction). When the Wolff needs help getting out of a jam, he calls Robert Kubica!

Surprised that Crash did not report that Kubica also had to help Chuck Norris last week!

gaza - Unregistered

May 03, 2013 5:00 PM

no offence like but how can he be as good with what has happened to him over the great Schumacher
he was probably the fittest on track and they are considering this pole for a test mmmmmmmmm
the whole world has gone mad

richard

May 03, 2013 7:24 PM

fish fingers. actually lotus bent over backwards to keep his seat open for him, even after it was apparent that he had no chance of a quick or any return.
but robert still has very restricted movement in elbow, forearm and wrist/hand, and yes, he might be able to sit in a sim, where there is no danger of harm to himself or machinery, but ever back in f1? extermely unlikely.

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