My latest column in The Globe and Mail:
When Robert Kubica signed with Renault for 2010 after his BMW-Sauber team announced it would withdraw from Formula 1at the end of last season, things looked bleak for the talented Polish driver.
Only three years after winning consecutive world championships, Renault had limped through 2009 and finished eighth out of 10 teams with a dismal 26 points. And if it weren’t for the superlative talent of two-time F1 champion Fernando Alonso wringing the most out of a terrible car, things would have been much worse.
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