Former Formula One driver Robert Kubica may have crashed out of rallying for good after skidding off an icy road at low speed into a tree.
As Sauber prepares to make its 400th appearance at a grand prix weekend, eight of their top drivers picked their favourite races for the team.
“Of course I would prefer to be in an F1 car but you have to do small steps. Maybe one day I will get the chance to drive again an F1 car.”
Robert Kubica said he had “no problems whatsoever” as he tested a Mercedes DTM car almost two years since he came close to losing his life in a rally crash
Robert Kubica says he will consider returning to Formula One if the arm he injured in a rally crash in 2011 heals sufficiently.
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Robert Kubica’s recovery from injuries sustained in a rally accident last year has suffered a setback.
Renault were on the podium in the first two races but scored just one point in the final four rounds.
Pictures from the Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos.
Pictures from qualifying for the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel put Red Bull on top in the final practice session for the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Pictures from Friday practice for the Brazilian Grand Prix.
The drivers who shared the front row of the grid for the last race were quickest in second practice.
Mark Webber headed the first practice session for the Brazilian
Pictures from Thursday at Interlagos including Kamui Kobayashi’s special helmet design.
Robert Kubica will not return to F1 in time for the start of the 2012 season, Renault has confirmed.
Who was the most impressive driver throughout the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix weekend?
Lewis Hamilton won his third race of the year after Sebastian Vettel surprisingly retired from the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso extends his lead over Mark Webber for third in the drivers’ championship.
Lewis Hamilton wins the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, ahead of Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button.