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Robert Kubica puts expectations in check ahead of Williams return

Written by  Jan 03, 2019

Robert Kubica has admitted his level of competitiveness during 2019 will largely be dictated by his Williams car.

The Pole's comeback is one of the most anticipated stories of the coming year, as he does so over eight years after a horrific rally crash left him with a partially amputated right arm.

Still, considered equal to the likes of Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel during his first five-year stint, many are eager to see if Kubica still has what it takes in Formula 1.

"It's a difficult task and a very ambitious goal, but I think I'm well known for not taking on things that are light and easy," the 34-year-old was quoted by F1i.com.

"Whether it works or how close I am, much will depend on how I feel in the car and what the new car is like. How will it behave? This can greatly simplify or complicate the matter."

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Certainly, hopes are Williams can make some progress after a terrible 2018 which saw the British team languish at the back of the grid all season with a flawed car which even Kubica struggled to understand.

"If a car does not perform as the driver expects, it is not even so much about the speed and the lap times, but the feeling that it gives that can hinder the driver," he noted.

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