WRC » Kubica: Friday mistake not ideal...

Former BMW and Renault F1 driver Robert Kubica finishes under Rally 2 regulations in Finland

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August 08, 2014 5:59 PM

cobalt. see? what i have been saying about kubicas ability to make his arm react quickly, is all coming true! he keeps blaming the pace notes which were supplied by m sport. i havent heard other m sport drivers complaining about them.


August 05, 2014 11:07 PM

If hairpins are a problem for Kubica he should start using joystick controlled cars instead of ones with a steering wheel.

www bbd com/autos/story/20140122-should-we-drive-with-joysticks

He would be able to go back to F1 then.


August 09, 2014 8:48 PM

Richard, I know I was too optimistic with full recovery but Kubica is doing well for somebody with limited use of his right hand. He already won two stages in WRC Monaco.
I don't think he is blaming anything, he always says that he has a lot to learn and writing pace notes is one of more tricky parts. I didn't know he was getting pace notes from sport, he writes his own in polish during training runs. In one interview he admitted he made a mistake writing them.

He should be now a bit faster on asphalt rallies.

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