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Robert Kubica confirms he had Ferrari 2012 deal signed

Robert Kubica has revealed that he was set to drive for Ferrari in 2012 alongside Fernando Alonso, prior to his life-threatening rally crash before the 2011 season got underway. The Polish driver was taking part in the Ronde Di Andorra rally just days after a round pre-season testing for Lotus ahead of the 2011 campaign; the crash with a guardrail intruding into his Skoda Fabia left Kubica with severe injuries and spent the past seven years recovering after countless operations. In 2017, Kubica got back into F1 machinery for the first time in six years with the Enstone-team, now Renault, as he tested the 2012-spec E20, before receiving an outing in its contemporary machine, in his bid to...
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