Stefano Domenicali has admitted Ferrari was targeting Robert Kubica for a future seat until his career-altering rally crash of 2011.
It has been rumoured the Italian team wanted Pole Kubica, who is now a full-time rally driver after substantially recovering from near-fatal injuries, to be Fernando Alonso's teammate.
Asked if the rumours were true, team boss Domenicali said: 'Yes, we were keeping an eye on him.
'Unfortunately, I don't think he will be back (in F1), because with his physical problem, he would struggle in certain limited situations which require reactivity. It's a shame,' he added.
Domenicali's comments, posted on the Ferrari website, originated from a meeting he had at...
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