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Robert Kubica is a Polish Race Car driver who drives for Renault in the Formula One.

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Amul sponsors Sauber F1 Team in India
India’s largest food brand Amul is the official partner of Sauber F1 team at the inaugural Indian Grand Prix. Monisha Kaltenborn, Chief Executive of the Sauber F1 Team, said: “We are proud that we can announce this partnership with Amul, one of India’s leading brands. Amul products are present in practically every household

Kubica's Renault return may be confirmed by October end
Polish driver Robert Kubica has till the end of October to confirm whether he will be fit, before Renault F1 team boss Eric Boullier decides to go with another driver for the next season.

Renault F1 team replaces Heidfeld with Bruno Senna
Lotus Renault GP has reportedly decided to replace Nick Heidfeld with Bruno Senna at this weekend's Belgian Formula One Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps.

Formula One Polish racer Kubica released from hospital
Poland's Formula One racer Robert Kubica has been released from a hospital in Italy to continue his rehabilitation from serious injuries sustained in a rallying accident in February.

F-1 star Kubica hopes to leave hospital in next 10 days
Polish Formula One star Robert Kubica hopes to leave hospital within the next 10 days.

Kubica's F1 future uncertain
Injured Robert Kubica's Formula One future remains in the balance after an inconclusive medical bulletin on his progress.

Injured Kubica's already eyeing F1 return
Lotus Renault Formula One driver Robert Kubica, who was seriously injured in a high-speed rally crash on Sunday, has told his team that he is ready to 'fight' to make a comeback.

Renault F1 team name three drivers to replace injured Kubica
The Renault Formula One team has named three drivers who are under consideration to replace injured Robert Kubica for the upcoming season.

Injured Kubica's F1 future to be decided by doctors in six days
Doctors treating Lotus Renault Formula One driver Robert Kubica, who was seriously injured in a high-speed rally crash on Sunday, have said that it would take at least six days to ascertain how permanent the damage is to his right hand.

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