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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ghog

May 03, 2013 7:49 PM

Wow - Some really negative spiteful posts on here again against RK - every time RK is mentioned the nutters crawl out of the wood work and Trash him.

What a waste of someone's time to dismiss him.

Robert Kubica is a Great Driver, has proven himself - really hope he achieves the best he can whatever car he chooses to drive in!

107SS2009

May 03, 2013 10:15 PM

Chog, why is it that when someone expresses his opinion about a driver and someone else don't agree it is called/labelled as spiteful and negative?.
I see no spiteful or negative posts over this page.
As it stands RK have no choose at all of what car he drives in.

Eugenio Herrmann - Unregistered

May 03, 2013 11:00 PM

What Totto Wolff is really saying? : Nico Rosberg: Kubica is threatening your seat at Mercedes because he is "helping" us.

Hence Mercedes IS helping Kubica because Wolff wants Kubica at Mercedes F1 Team.

What do you think about Mr. Ross Brawn?

cobalt - Unregistered

May 03, 2013 11:06 PM

107 you are wrong again... Robert has a choice what car he drives: he chose Renault over Toyota in 2009, he chose not to drive in DTM then he chose Citroen over Ford.

I am astonished at people that are here for donkeys years and still get the obvious facts wrong.

garth - Unregistered

May 04, 2013 1:04 AM

kubica has the same level as lewis and rosberg.... and his experience in car development not so awful... totto wolfff just looking for blablabla....

cobalt - Unregistered

May 04, 2013 2:43 PM

Sure 107, Renault and Toyota were not in F1 in 2009...

Already Lotus, Mercedes and Williams were quated that they would give Robert an F1 test when he is ready. So he does have a choice.

richard

May 04, 2013 7:27 PM

ghog. how come that you class kubica as a GREAT driver. he never showed a sign of greatness. he got ONE lucky win, that is all.
and as for cobalt, saying that kubica would have a choice of car....do you really think that all the top teams are queuing up to sign a driver who has little chance of a full recovery?. it would be reasonably safe to assume that that is balderdash. yes, teams might be happy to give encouragement to an injured driver, but no team would even consider giving him a drive until such a time as he had performed for a year or two in a lower category. even though we would love f1 to be a benevolent society, IT AINT.

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