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  • Robert Kubica opts for rally programme in 2013 March 4, 2013

    Former Formula One driver Robert Kubica will drive a Citroen in the European and world rally championships this year as he continues his comeback from a near-fatal rally accident. The Pole, who last raced in Formula One in 2010, said he had decided on a programme that will include seven rounds...
  • Kubica eager to return after injury November 16, 2012

    Rome: Poland's Robert Kubica, whose Formula One racing career was interrupted by a near-fatal rally crash in 2011, hopes to return to the track soon although his arm is still not ready for single-seaters. "For the, let's say future, I don't have any plans up until now. In the end,...
  • Lotus named 13th team for 2010 F1 season March 26, 2010

    London: Formula One's governing body on Tuesday named Lotus as the 13th team for the 2010 championship. The FIA said it had also received an impressive application from the BMW Sauber team, but that since BMW had announced it would withdraw support in 2010, there remained uncertainties regarding the future ownership...
  • Kubica gets first F1 win after Hamilton's mistake June 9, 2008

    Montreal: It was just a routine pit stop until Robert Kubica got to the end of pit road. The BMW Sauber driver was stopped at a red light, waiting impatiently after his first stop of the day to rejoin the action on Sunday in the Canadian Grand Prix, when the...
  • BMW Sauber's Kubica claims pole at Bahrain GP April 5, 2008

    Sakhir: Robert Kubica is showing there's another team to be reckoned with in Formula One. Kubica, Formula One's first Polish driver, snapped a Ferrari-McLaren monopoly on the top spot and boosted BMW Sauber's 2008 title aspirations after claiming pole position for Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix. Kubica edged Felipe Massa of Ferrari by...
  • Hamilton wins Australian F1 Grand Prix March 16, 2008

    Melbourne: McLaren's Lewis Hamilton started from pole position and avoided the carnage behind him to win an accident-filled Australian Formula One Grand Prix on Sunday. Hamilton was never seriously threatened and won in 1 hour, 34 minutes and 50.616 seconds to claim his fifth victory in 18 Grand Prix starts. The 23-year-old...
  • 'Too many 'dirty tricks' by Schumi' August 18, 2006

    London: Former Formula One driver Jacques Villeneuve has criticised seven-time champion Michael Schumacher for his on-track conduct over the years and said the German's legacy would quickly fade when he retired. In an interview due to be published in F1 Racing magazine next week, 1997 world champion Villeneuve said Schumacher...