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Alfa Romeo hands Kubica Silverstone FP1 outing

Alfa Romeo reserve driver Robert Kubica is set to make his third grand prix outing of the 2020 campaign at this weekend’s 70th Anniversary event at Silverstone. Kubica joined Alfa Romeo as its reserve driver this year, after spending 2019 in a race seat at Williams, and got behind the wheel of its C39 in pre-season testing, Styria and Hungary. Kubica made his DTM debut at Spa-Francorchamps last weekend, finishing 14th in both races, in a BMW entered by ART Grand Prix, the squad run by Alfa Romeo’s Team Principal Frederic Vasseur. Antonio Giovinazzi will step aside for the opening 90-minute practice session. Related Posts Stewards set to rule on Renault's Racing Point protests...
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