has revealed he has tested multiple times at the wheel of Mercedes
' formula one driver simulator at Brackley. It emerged several months ago that the Pole, who since his horror rally crash and injuries in early 2011 has returned full-time to world rally's second-tier series, has also been keeping his F1 skills up to date in conjunction with Mercedes' development programme. "But I will not tell you how many times I've been there or how many laps I did," Kubica said in May.
But the 28-year-old has now told Germany's Auto Bild Motorsport: "In the last six months I have been in the Mercedes simulator more than once and less than ten times. "The work gives me the opportunity to see what limitations I have and how I continue to develop myself," added Kubica. And he added: "I have the feeling that Mercedes is happy with what I have been doing." (GMM)
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