Robert Kubica agrees with a media report with the Williams team for a deal to return to the forthcoming Formula One season. The 33-year-old will start on the side of British George Russell for the traditional team and will be riding eight years in the prime minister's race, motorsport.com on Wednesday. The deal is due to be announced on Thursday at the Abu Dhabi final in the final.
Kubica was up to his serious marathon crash in February 2011 as the forthcoming hope for a Formula One world champion. He was hired by BMW Sauber in 2006 and in Canada celebrated his only Grand Prix victory in 2008. For the 2010 season, he moved to Renault. At the beginning of 2011, Kubica crashed at a rally in Italy and suffered an early injury, which still restricts her to this day.
However, recently completed tests recently and was a substitute pilot for Williams this year. Ferrari had to offer him a role as a simulator driver. Kubica, but now apparently decided to return to Formula 1 in Williams' last athlete's serious athlete.