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Williams: 'No one in the team' has doubts over Kubica

Written by  Nov 29, 2018

Williams technical director Paddy Lowe has claimed "no one" within the Grove-based team has any worries about the ability of Robert Kubica.

The Pole will make his much anticipated return as a race driver in 2019, eight years after a serious rally crash left him with severe arm injuries that some thought would prevent him from driving again.

Despite his remarkable recovery, there is still some limitations Kubica has to overcome and his pace in test and practice sessions hasn't been particularly impressive.

“We went through a careful evaluation process last year and chose Sergey [Sirotkin] and it was a good decision,” Lowe said comparing the situation to this time in 2017.

“Robert was then unable to show his best side but 12 months later we know him better, we have seen what he can give us and what he can do.

“Perhaps people outside the team still have doubts, but no one in the team even thinks about it.”

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One key motivator for his promotion from reserve driver was his newly found backing from Polish oil giant PKN Orlen with that partnership confirmed by Williams on Thursday.

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