For the first time in 11 years, Robert Kubica was able to take the fight to other drivers in his appearance at the Dutch Grand Prix.

Kubica started his 98th Formula 1 race at the Dutch Grand Prix as the replacement for Kimi Raikkonen, with the Alfa Romeo driver forced to miss qualifying and the race after testing positive for Covid-19.

It marked Kubica’s first qualifying and race appearance since 2019, but as that season was contested with a struggling Williams team he rarely got the chance to test his skills against anyone other than his team-mate for that year, George Russell.

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