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Bottas feels F1 veteran still has Alfa Romeo potential

Article To news overview © XPBimages Valtteri Bottas hopes that Robert Kubica remains connected to the Alfa Romeo Formula 1 team, with the Pole expected to depart at the end of the year. After losing his Williams race seat after the 2019 season, Kubica switched across to Alfa Romeo in a third/reserve driver role, bringing a title sponsorship with him. As part of this deal, he has driven in numerous FP1 sessions and other tests as well as subbing in for a COVID-stricken Kimi Raikkonen at the 2021 Dutch and Italian Grands Prix. However, speaking in Abu Dhabi, 2008 Canadian Grand Prix winner Kubica stated he believed his F1 career was coming to an end, but Bottas hopes that this is not the...
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