Robert Kubica has hailed Kimi Raikkonen as one of Formula 1’s best drivers despite his age.
The Pole, Williams’ development driver, made his long-awaited return in Formula 1 this season.
Robert Kubica shared his thoughts on Kimi Räikkönen:
[su_quote]”Kimi is still one of the best driver in Formula 1 even though he has some age now. He has been a bit unlucky this season but he’s still good.”[/su_quote]
[su_quote]”I would like to be Kimi’s team-mate, he is a bit special but I like his lifestyle. He would be one of the best team-mates what you could have.”[/su_quote]
Kubica was tipped as a future world champion during his first stint in F1 in which he claimed 12 podium finishes and won the 2008 Canadian GP.
But a one-off participation in the 2011 Ronde di Andora rally dramatically changed the course of his career as he crashed into a church wall and suffered extensive damage to his right hand, arm and leg. He underwent several hours of surgery and suffered a partial amputation of his forearm.