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F1 veteran unlikely to return for 2023 season

Article To news overview © Alfa Romeo Robert Kubica says it would "not be a surprise" if he were not to be part of a Formula 1 team in 2023. Pole Kubica has been the Alfa Romeo reserve driver since leaving Williams at the end of 2019 - and as part of a sponsor deal with the team, has taken part in free practice sessions as well as subbing for a COVID-positive Kimi Raikkonen in Holland and Italy '21. However, the 2008 Canadian Grand Prix said in Abu Dhabi that he felt his time in F1 was coming to an end - and has put a statement out on social media. "I finish the 2022 season with a good feeling, but it would not be a surprise if I no longer get a seat as an official driver...
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