Robert Kubica drove F1 simulator for Renault Sport outing

It has been confirmed by Renault Sport F1’s team boss Frederic Vasseur that Robert Kubica returned to Enstone to test in their simulator before making his debut in Spa last week in the Renault Sport Trophy.

The former F1 race winner was injured in a rally, which ended his Formula One career prematurely. Adapting to the abilities of his hand which was severely damaged, he has been driving in rally’s, and will make his track return next year.

The Renault boss said, “We have a good working relationship with Robert. It’s not a secret that came to test F1 simulator at Enstone for his return.”

Kubica drove for Renault in 2010, and was due to drive for them in 2011 which was then abandoned after his accident.

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