Kubica does time in Mercedes Formula 1 simulator 5 September, 2013 Robert Kubica after his last grand prix in Abu Dhabi in 2010 Robert Kubica has revealed that he spent time at the wheel of Mercedes‘ Formula 1 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 Formula 1 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. 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 [but] 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. He added: “I have the feeling that Mercedes is happy with what I have been doing.” (GMM) Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsWolff: Prost gave very precise advice on handling Lewis and NicoLowe vows to improve Mercedes reliabilityLauda: I prayed for Hamilton’s McLaren to breakWolff doubts F1 will lose more teamsMercedes: We would welcome Audi and BMW in F1Mercedes celebrate Formula 1 success with 50,000 spectatorsLauda: Nico will fight backLauda: We’ve done everything to ensure a level playing fieldLauda denies Hamilton interest in Ferrari driveHorner claims Renault is 75 bhp down on Mercedes Musha Hoping for your return The Pessimist Come back soon Robert, the sport is poorer without you. Faceman Yeah, Kubica was a real racers’ racer. F1 controls would need to change dramatically for him to return… I give him full credit for not giving up even though his return is more than unlikely. Tamburello_1994 F-1 has already passed Kubica by sadly. Life is unfair and Formula one is down right cruel in this regard. Good luck in future endeavors, Robert. BadBoy Good news is: the more time he spends in the simulator, the less time he can crash his rallye car once again.