Kubica has not raced in F1 since a rally crash in 2011 in which his right arm was partially severed Massimo Bettiol/Getty ImagesRobert Kubica is making a remarkable return to the Formula One paddock as reserve driver for Williams, eight years after partially severing his right arm. The Pole had been in contention for the main race seat vacated by Felipe Massa at the end of last year, but that has now been taken by the rookie Sergey Sirotkin, the team announced this morning.
Wehrlein, left, is expected to lose his seat at Sauber with the team likely to act as a feeder team to Ferrari, whose star driver is Sebastian Vettel, right AP:Associated PressAlfa Romeo will return to Formula One after more than 30 years as it teams up with Sauber from next season. The Italian car manufacturer is part of the Fiat-Chrysler empire along with Ferrari and won the first Formula One championship of the modern era in 1950.
The Mercedes team celebrate what has been a dominant season for them AP Photo/Hassan AmmarNo matter how hard he tried, Lewis Hamilton could not find a way past his Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas during the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. The four-times world champion described the Yas Marina circuit as “one of the worst” for overtaking. “You need a 1.4 second advantage to pass, but we had the same car.
Robert Kubica named as reserve and development driver for @WilliamsRacing for 2018 season. Sergey Sirotkin gets the race seat, alongside Lance Stroll - making them the most inexperienced teammates on grid #f1
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