Why Kubica should race for Williams in Abu Dhabi

Why Kubica should race for Williams in Abu Dhabi

Williams claims it's in no rush to settle its 2018 line-up as it has the most coveted seat left on the grid, but the reality is its options are slim. Now is the perfect time for it to get a definitive answer on Robert Kubica's capability to make a full F1 comeback

"The problem with leaving your Christmas food shopping too late," mused a Formula 1 bigwig in Mexico last weekend, "is that you can end up with the last turkey on the shelf..."

This metaphor elegantly summarises the Williams team's quandary as it contemplates the scarcity of candidates to fill the second seat alongside Lance Stroll for 2018 - a season that could be make-or-break for the legendary British outfit, since its high-profile sponsorship deal with Martini is up for renewal at the end of it.

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