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Kubica: I have a lot more to lose than people think

Robert Kubica has pointed out that he has more to lose than people think as he completes his comeback to the grid after an eight-year absence, but oozing self-belief as he embarks on the next chapter of his remarkable journey in Formula 1 next season. Kubica, who will partner rookie George Russell at Williams next year, told Sky F1, 'I wouldn't be coming back if l didn't think l could do it properly. I have a lot more to lose than people think. The big part of the job we have to do is off track. To develop the car and bring Williams back to where it should be.' The 33-year-old Pole's well-told story must rate as one of the greatest comebacks in our sport, gutsy and brave ranking up there...
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