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Lowe: Old school Kubica knows how it works

Williams boss Paddy Lowe believes Robert Kubica is the right man for the team next season ahd that his previous experience in the cockpit will benefit him hugely. In 2011, Kubica suffered severe hand injuries after crashing his rally car. However, almost eight years on, the impossible happened. Kubica is now returning and this time he's off to Williams, to try and turn their fortunes around. Many have questionned whether Kubica will still be able to find the same level as the fellow drivers on the grid, but Lowe has backed the Pole to shine for Williams, as they look to improve on an appalling 2018 campaign. "Where it will go with performance, I think even Robert would say we...
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