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Robert Kubica

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Career Summary


Nationality:  POL
Date of Birth: 07.12.1984
Age: 29
Birthplace: Krakow
First Rally: 2013, Portugal

Season 2014

Classification: WRC
Car No: 10
Team: RK M-Sport World Rally Team
Co-driver: Maciek Szczepaniak
Points: 14
Standing: 15
Rally Wins: 0
Retirements: 0
Podiums: 2

Here’s what makes him special:

• The former Formula One driver was hugely impressive in 2013 when he won the WRC2 crown in his debut WRC season

• He will step up to the top class in the 2014 World Rally Championship in an M-Sport-prepared Ford

• Loves rallying, and says the sport is part of his rehabilitation after horror crash in 2011 stopped his F1 career

• One of the more intelligent and articulate figures in the service park, he applies F1 levels of analysis to his development

The story so far

In 2005 Kubica became the first Polish driver to compete in Formula One. Between 2006 and 2009 he drove for the BMW Sauber F1 team. He won the Canadian GP in 2008, and finished fourth in the championship before a disappointing 2009 prompted a fruitful switch to Renault in 2010.

Passionate about motor sport in all its forms, the Pole spent the off-season competing in rallies. But on 6 February 2011, he was seriously injured when he went off at the Italian Championship Ronde di Andora rally.

After more than a year of rehabilitation, much of it focused on his right arm and hand, he returned to motorsport in September 2012, winning the Italian Ronde Gomitolo Di Lana rally – his right arm still bandaged.

2013 World Champion WRC2
2008 1st place Formula One - Canadian Grand Prix
2005 Winner Junior formulae World Series championship by Renault



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