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F1 2019: Robert Kubica returns with Williams

Robert Kubica will complete an astonishing comeback to a full-time F1 seat by driving for Williams in 2019.

The Pole, who suffered career-changing arm injuries in a rallying accident over seven years ago, will partner George Russell.

Kubica, who narrowly missed out on a seat with Williams for 2018, is believed to have rejected a development driver role with Ferrari in order to make his return to the grid.

“It has been a challenging journey to make it back to the Formula One grid, but what seemed almost impossible is now beginning to feel possible,” said Kubica.

“Being back on the F1 grid next season will be one of the greatest achievements of my life.”

 

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