Reema Juffali is the first Saudi to sit behind the wheel of the car and start this weekend in the Formula 4 race. The competition, in which the 27-year-old will participate, is approved by the International Automobile Federation (FIA).
Robert Kubica's colleague from Williams, who sat on the Mercedes GP team car on Wednesday, got the best lap time during the official Formula 1 test in Bahrain. Riding Williams Nicholas Latifi was the penultimate one.more
Robert Kubica (Williams) had the 13th lap time in Tuesday's Formula 1 test in Bahrain, hampered by rainfall. The fastest was the Dutchman Max Verstappen (Red Bull), who deprived Michael Schumacher (Ferrari), who made his debut at the end of the race.more
Rainfall disrupts the Formula 1 test in Bahrain. In the morning session the Briton George Russell took part, and in the afternoon his partner from Williams, Robert Kubica, will perform. For the time being the fastest was Frenchman Romain Grosjean from Haas-Ferrari.more
Robert Kubica, along with Briton George Russell, will take part in Tuesday's Formula 1 test in Bahrain - Williams was informed on Twitter. A day later, the substitute driver of this team, Nicholas Latifi, will present themselves in them.more
Robert Kubica from the team Williams took the last, 16th place in the Formula 1 race of the Bahrain Grand Prix at the Sakhir track, the second event of this year's world championship. The defender of the title of Briton Lewis Hamilton from Mercedes won.more
Robert Kubica (Williams) does not hide that his team before the Sunday Formula 1 race in Bahrain is in a difficult situation and will have to be careful while driving. "We do not have any spare parts and everything else" - said the Polish driver.
With the Sakhir circuit in Bahrain, where the second Formula 1 race will take place on Sunday, Robert Kubica has good memories. In 2008, Pole won the only pole position in the career, and a day later he took third place.more
The 20-year-old German driver Mick Schumacher in Bahrain will make his Formula One debut, Instagram reported as the "Queen of motorsports". Son of the seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher on April 2 will perform in the colors of Ferrari, and a day later in Alfa Romeo.more
Lewis Hamilton pipped Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas to pole position at the season-opening Australian GP. Hamilton was behind the Finn going into the final runs in qualifying but edged ahead by 0.112 seconds to take his sixth consecutive pole at Albert Park.more
Robert Kubica had the worst lap time in the second training session before the Formula One Grand Prix in Melbourne. Right in front of him was Williams' second driver, Briton George Russell. The fastest was again defending the title of Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes GP).more
Williams driver Robert Kubica admitted that the joy of returning to Formula 1 after more than eight years is in the background, because there is a lot of work before the first race this season in Melbourne. "Emotions? I do not have time for them," he announced.more
The return of Robert Kubica is one of the most important events starting this week in Australia during the Formula One world championship season. The Pole will start in the Australian Grand Prix on Sunday, inaugurating the 2019 season. After an eight-year break to compete in the "motorsports queen", he will sit in the team car Williams.more
Lewis Hamilton believes that defending world champions Mercedes have all the experience and talent to make up their speed deficit to Ferrari ahead of the 2019 Formula 1 season, but has warned the team against going "over the edge" to try and bridge the gap.more
The Williams Team technical director Paddy Lowe took leave for personal reasons - informed the spokesperson of the Formula 1 team, whose player is Robert Kubica. The season will begin on March 17 with a race on the Australian GP in Melbourne.more
The technical director of the Williams Paddy Lowe team promised that the team car will be better this year than in the previous season of the Formula 1 World Championship. "There are reasons for optimism" - he stressed, following the opinion of Robert Kubica, who led both models.more
"We lost another day" - this is how Robert Kubica assessed yesterday's last day of Williams team tests on the Formula 1 circuit near Barcelona. Pole tracked 90 laps, but he had the worst time. None of the thirteen drivers achieved a better result than the German Sebastian Vettel from Ferrari.more
Robert Kubica (Williams) had the worst lap time in the morning session of the last day of official Formula 1 tests at the Curcuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. The fastest was the vice-champion of the German world, Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari).more
Robert Kubica (Williams) scored the penultimate time in a group of 12 drivers who took part in the Formula 1 tests in Barcelona yesterday. The vice-champion was Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari). The German did not suffer injuries, but destroyed the car.more
Robert Kubica from the Williams team tests the car on the Catalunya circuit near Barcelona on Wednesday morning. For the Pole returning after eight years as a full-fledged Formula 1 driver, he is the second test day before the season. He previously traveled on February 21.