Robert Kubica has the opportunity to return to Formula 1 next season. The 33-year-old rider has a bag in a suitcase with a Williams seat, but can also work as a Ferrari reserve driver.
It reports Autosport.comthat the 33-year-old pool also spoke. The former driver of Sauber and Renault does not want to go into detail with regard to the site, but says he will quickly cut the knot.
"I quickly make a decision and I'm feeling almost out of it," he said in São Paulo, where Formula One landed for the second last row of this season, the Grand Prix in Brazil.
"I'm in a comfortable position, because the ball is now with me, I will consider whether the wish to return to Formula 1 is bigger than any other beautiful project."
Kubica has to recover well after a big crash
Kubica is the test and reserve driver at Williams this year. The pool must say goodbye to Formula 1 2011 after suffering severe arm and hand injury due to a big crash in a rally in Italy.
He had to rehabilitate long before he could go back to a race car. Kubica belonged to one of the great promises in the king's class and won the Grand Prix in Canada on behalf of Sauber 2008.
Williams runs this year with the Canadian launch and Russian Sergeant Sirotkin. The two drivers collected only seven points.