F1 » Questions raised over Kubica future

German media reports cast further doubts over the future of Robert Kubica - and Renault team-mate Vitaly Petrov

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Paul - Unregistered

September 28, 2011 8:48 PM

OK this is how it is:

The German article was slightly mistranslated. Both Boullier and G.Lopez know exactly this: With Kubica they will be quickly among the top three teams - even starting from scratch. Without him - well they stay where they are because every other TOP driver (Ham, Alo, But) are already taken and would anyway cost way way more than Robert. Its more than just the race results with Kubica he is KEY in the dev process as he is by far the most devoted driver in F1. Basically his life is 100% about racing cars - not like some of the other top drivers. If you need proof consider what Robert achieved last year when he single handily moved Reenault out of the gutter (sure the engineers must get praise too - but look at this year - without Kubica showing them what direction too go they are simply playing guessing games). You know where Lotus/Renault is today - but rembember where they were after First tests of this season just before his crash:

"Renault ended 2011's openin

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