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Can Kubica repeat one of his best ever drives in Monaco return?
Robert Kubica approaches this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix with little hope of moving off the back of the grid with the current Williams. But if there's anywhere Kubica has excelled in the past, it's drivers circuits like in Monte Carlo
Nobody who witnessed from close quarters Robert Kubica in action at Monaco in 2010 could have any doubts about his status as a potential world champion. Behind the wheel of the nimble Renault R30, he performed with a verve rarely seen on the twists and turns of grand prix racing's oldest street track.
The memories of watching him from trackside at Casino Square, Mirabeau and down at Swimming Pool are indelible. This was a true display of virtuosity. It says a lot about Kubica that the man himself instantly points to the undoubted strengths of the car as the key to the weekend he took the fourth-fastest car on pace to a front-row starting position and third in the race, beaten only by two Red Bulls. After all, give a great driver the machinery, and they will do the seemingly impossible.
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