In this chapter of the book you will find interesting and complete information about Robert Kubica
Robert Józef Kubica is a Polish racing driver, born in 1984. His Formula 1 career began in 2006 with BMW Sauber. Back then, he was the official reserve driver for the F1 team, but his results at the German Grand Prix, when he had to substitute for Jacques Villeneuve, quickly ensured him a full-time position. He performed well in the 2007 season, and next season, he secured his first Formula 1 win at the Canadian Grand Prix.
In July 2009, BMW announced they would leave Formula 1 at the end of the season, so Kubica was out of a job. His manager rolled his sleeves and got him a seat at Renault. He performed well on challenging tracks where the driver’s skills behind the wheel are crucial – like tight Monaco, marvelous Spa, and the technical Suzuka.
In 2011 Kubica suffered a near-fatal crash on the first stage on Ronde di Andora rally with his Skoda Fabia. His car left the road at very high speed, and he was stuck in it for a whole hour before the rescue crew was able to extract him. The trauma he suffered was severe – he went through a partial amputation of his forearm, fractures to his shoulder, elbow, and leg. He recovered and even returned to racing and the Formula 1 cockpit………………GET MORE INTRESTING INFO FORM ENCYCLOPEDIA 70 YEARS FORMULA 1