Kubica wants to use sole career pole as motivation for Bahrain
Robert Kubica is hoping to channel the good memories of the 2008 Bahrain Grand Prix in which he earned his first and only career pole position to kick off his 2019 season with Williams when he takes to the same track again this weekend.
The 34-year-old successfully made his return to the sport in Australia two weeks ago after recovering from a career-threatening injury suffered in 2011, even if he and team-mate George Russell were largely uncompetitive in the GP in Melbourne.
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