Robert Kubica’s Net Worth, Salary and Endorsements
Robert Kubica will be making his return to Formula One in 2019. His first taste of an F1 car was when he signed with Renault as a test driver.
A year later, he moved to Sauber, again in a test driver role. But he was promoted to a race seat after Jacques Villeneuve‘s departure. 2007 was his first full-time season and he proved to be a decent driver. However, in Canada, he had a horrific crash that kept him out for the US Grand Prix.
Incidentally, it also introduced the Formula One world to Sebastian Vettel. When he came back in France, he came back much stronger. He stayed with Sauber until 2009, following which he moved to Renault for a year. Sadly, a rally accident in early 2011 put paid to his F1 hopes for a painfully long time. But life has given him a second chance with a seat at Williams in 2019.
Prior to his Formula One debut, he won the 2005 Formula Renault 3.5 series. In his F1 tenure, he had a career-high ranking of 4th in 2008.
After his accident, he won the 2013 World Rally Championship-2. With regard to his F1 results, his maiden podium came in his third race for the BMW team. He has had one career win to his name, at the 2008 Canadian GP, barely a year after a horror crash at the same venue. Kubica has also amassed 11 podiums in five years.
Robert Kubica’s Endorsements
Kubica’s main sponsor is oil company, PKN Orlen. The Polish company allocated €10 million to sponsor Kubica’s bid to return to F1.