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Williams denies reports it has signed Robert Kubica to replace Felipe Massa

Williams have denied reports they have signed Robert Kubica for the next season as Felipe Massa's replacement, with the Brazilian retiring for a second time – although likely for good this time. Several reports say a contract has been signed between the British team and the Polish driver, but in a statement on Tuesday, Williams denied the news and said an announcement about its 2018 driver would be made in due course, but should not be expected this weekend. 'Although conversations are ongoing with Kubica, it is still yet to be finally decided who will replace Massa,' read a statement from the team. 'We will make an announcement when we have something to announce but nothing...
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