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Rosberg no longer part of Kubica's management team

Written by  Apr 23, 2018

Robert Kubica has revealed 2016 Formula 1 world champion Nico Rosberg is no longer part of his management team having joined late last year.

It was hoped the German could use his past connection with Williams to secure the Pole a race seat for this season alongside Lance Stroll, however, those efforts would be unsuccessful with the 33-year-old settling for a role as reserve and development driver.

Instead, the additional backing and a stronger test performance in Abu Dhabi would see Sergey Sirotkin drafted in next to the Canadian.

“We did have a close work together at the end of last year, and we are in a good relationship, but for now, because I am doing what I am doing and he is very busy and he has his family, we are not working as close as we were last year, ” Kubica told Autosport.

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However, as the one-time Grand Prix winner still attempts to make a race comeback to F1, seven years after severe arm injuries had appeared to end his career, Kubica didn't rule out working with Rosberg again.

“A lot will depend on the situation and also it is kind of new everything for me to be back in the paddock," he admitted. “So we will see what the future will bring and then we’ll move on.”

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