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Kubica Back in at Alfa Romeo for Opening Practice Session in Hungary

For the second consecutive race weekend, Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN will give Robert Kubica the opportunity to run in the first practice session, with the Polish racer taking over Kimi Räikkönen’s C39-Ferrari at the Hungaroring. Kubica took the place of Antonio Giovinazzi for the first session of the Styrian Grand Prix last week, but he will now look to get some more mileage under his belt in Hungary, with his aim to help boost the performance of the 2020 machine that has been lacking some pace so far this year. “Driving one of these cars is always an incredible feeling and therefore I can’t wait for Friday,” said the Pole.  “Emotions aside, we cannot forget how crucial car...
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