Jacques Villeneuve: Return of Kubica is not good for sportMarch 25, 2019
Jacques Villeneuve believes that the return of Robert Kubica in Formula 1 after an eight-year break is not for the benefit of the sport. According to the world champion of 1997, if F1 is considered the pinnacle of motor racing, then the Pole with his injuries should be difficult to compete on equal terms with other racers.
“Of course, it’s just incredible that after so many years Kubica has returned, and this is a great achievement,” said Villeneuve. – If you are doing your favorite thing, but it is taken away from you, then it is clear how much you lose. And then you put even more effort to get it back.
I also have no doubt that Robert will do everything in his power to stay in the championship. In his place, I would have done the same. Such a chance can not be missed.
However, his return does not benefit the sport, in my opinion, it is terrible. I have said this before and do not intend to change my opinion. Formula 1 should be the pinnacle of motor racing, the royal class. And there is nothing good if you can take part in such a championship by a person whose physical abilities are limited, and this is a fact.
If he spoke at least not in F1, but, for example, in some other series. But in Formula 1, the tasks must be complex, almost impossible. Therefore, the return of Robert – the wrong signal. ”
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