Ed24 wrote:Yeah, I can't say I've really consciously noticed him not being there.
I suppose the only time that I've thought that was Melbourne, as it would've been interesting to see what he could've done there, considering what Petrov did.
DanielPT wrote:I was exactly the opposite. Didn't asked what Kubica would've done in Melbourne since it was a stunning drive from Petrov, regardless of Kubica absence, but began to question if Renault's slump would be so big, or even its mere existence, in case of Kubica presence.
thehemogoblin, on giving a reason for reporting a particular post wrote:He Zsolted!!!
F1000X wrote:I have to disagree with virtually everyone in this thread. I miss Robert Kubica a lot.
Every week, I google his name and check his website to try and get updates on his condition, mostly finding interviews where Boullier flip-flops on weather or not he will be in the car this year.
I want Robert Kubica back in F1 for 3 reasons. First, irrespective of how he performs, his return would be nothing short of heroic, on par with Niki Lauda in 1976. Don't lose sight of the fact that this is a man who should more than likely be dead, or an amputee. Second, and though this may be naive of me in light of the circumstances: I think Kubica is a man who may still have his time to show how high his talent can take him, in the way Jenson Button has in the Brawn and McLaren. Third: If Renault are ever going to win another race, they are going to need someone to lead the team and drive the car on the ragged edge, and we've seen who can do both of those things.
Having him absent from each race hasn't put a damper on my season, but I haven't forgotten that one of my favorite F1 drivers is missing from his home.
Nuppiz wrote:Romain Grosjean - kids of all ages watch this you know, we don't want to see you realizing your fantasies of creating STR-Lotus babies.
wmetcalf68 wrote:I do miss him. He is like Jean Alesi: Lots of talent, but had only one win because of bad luck.
tzerof1 wrote:wmetcalf68 wrote:I do miss him. He is like Jean Alesi: Lots of talent, but had only one win because of bad luck.
Couldn't have said it better myself
kostas22 wrote: when eagleash of all people says you've gone too far about something you just know that's when to apply the brakes and do a U-turn.
koza wrote:Well, looks like he tested skoda fabia wrc recently (he owns that car I think). There are some pictures: http://www.formula1.pl/F1_news-13155-Ku ... e_WRC.html
If he can drive a wrc car it is possible he could make a surprise return....
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