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Bottas: Kubica will help put Williams back to where they were

Valtteri Bottas believes the returning Robert Kubica will help Williams get back to where they "deserve to be" following a dreadful 2018 season. The British side finished 10th in the constructors' championship last year, with just seven points recorded by their two drivers Lance Stroll (six) and Sergey Sirotkin (one). Bottas drove for Williams in 2013-16 before replacing Nico Rosberg at Mercedes and the team haven't been the same since his departure. But next season brings more hope for Williams with a brand-new driver line-up, with Kubica being partnered by Mercedes youngster George Russell. "For Robert, it will be nice to see how it goes," Bottas said...
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