On September 4 it was reported that Kimi Raikkonen became positive calendar Corona virus test. At the same time, Alfa Romeo announced that Raikkonen is in Grand prize Holland will be replaced by a reserve driver, Robert Kubica. The Pole had a little time to get to know the track and the car, but given the circumstances, he presented himself well. He overtook many drivers and took fifteenth place.
Soon, it turns out that Kubica will also go to Italian GP. Raikkonen was still in quarantine and was unable to perform at Monza. Alfa Romeo Racing Orlin It can confirm that the reserve driver, Robert KubicaHe will replace Kimi Raikkonen again at the Italian Grand Prix next weekend. Kimi left the last race in Zandvoort after he tested positive Corona virus He has not yet been allowed to sue. As required, she remains in seclusion in her home. Robert, who gave a great performance by W Holland Despite not being prepared, he will return to the car with Antonio Giovinazzi ”- was the team’s announcement.
At the famous Monza racetrack, Kubica took 14th place best. He could have finished the race in a higher position, but for unknown reasons an engineer Alfa RomeoHe was asked to let his colleague Antonio Giovinazzi pass.
Kubica no longer has to replace Raikkonen. fins recovered
Looks like Kubica will be resting for a while Formula 1. Kimi Raikkonen, who was replaced by Kubica, has recovered. He posted a photo of the walkway on his Instagram. – I’m good. See you at the next GP – Alfa Romeo driver wrote in the photo description. Everything seems to indicate that the Finn will get behind the wheel again in the next race. This will be held in Russia.
What’s next for Kubica? The pole can focus on competition in European Le Mans Series. On Tuesday, Kubica will travel to Belgium, where she will undergo testing before the next race in the series. I evaluate, rest and focus on ELMS. What the future holds, I don’t know, but I hope Kimi recovers and is available to the team again, as it was last year and three quarters – said Kubica, citing racfans.net.
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