Robert Kubica

Robert Kubica is a Polish ex-F1 driver from Kraków who raced in the FIA Formula 1 World Championship between 2006 and 2021. In 2008, during a season in which he challenged for the Drivers Championship, he claimed pole position for the Bahrain Grand Prix and won the Canadian Grand Prix. Sadly his promising F1 career was cut short after he sustained appalling arm injuries in a near-fatal accident during the Ronde di Andora rally in February 2011. Miraculously, Kubica returned to the Formula One grid full-time with the Williams team in 2019 and, against the odds, he scored a points finish in the German Grand Prix. During his career, he also finished runner-up in the 2004 and 2005 Macau Grand Prix.

Robert Kubica's F1 Wins
Win NumberGrand PrixCircuitDateRoundNo.TeamChassisTyreGridWinning MarginRace TimeSpeedDistance
12008 Canadian Grand PrixCircuit Gilles-Villeneuve8 June 20087/184BMW SauberF1.08Bridgestone216.4951:36:24.447189.987305.270


Nationality: Polish

Date of Birth: 07/12/1984

Place of Birth: Kraków

F1 Career Statistics

World Championship Titles: 0

Race Wins: 1

Pole Positions: 1

Front Row Starts: 4

Fastest Laps: 1

Podiums: 12

Points: 274

Grands Prix Entered: 121

Grands Prix Started: 98

Highest Race Finish: 1st

Highest Grid Position: 1st


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First F1 Pole

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First F1 Win


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