Former F1 and current WRC driver Robert Kubica crashed out of the Monte Carlo Rally today with this agonizingly slow crash. Watch how quickly his day gets ruined on a patch of icy road.
Rally types call these things "exposures." I call them "flashbacks to when my friend fell off Pike's Peak." Either way, here's some excellent footage of Robert Kubica not driving off a mountain during the Rallye Monte Carlo.
This. Is. Rally.
Robert Kubica (bad news) is out of day one of the Rallye Monte Carlo but (good news) it's not because he crashed!
What you're looking at is former F1 driver Robert Kubica testing out the damper setup on his Ford Fiesta WRC car before the upcoming Monte Carlo Rally. I have watched this a hundred times and I still can't get over the speed.
Former F1 driver Robert Kubica crashed his way out of Rally France this past weekend, but not before setting the fastest time out of anyone in the event on Special Stage 15. It appears Special Stage 15 takes place in a Grimm fairy tale.
“I know nothing about rallying. I’ve seen the pictures in magazines, sometimes watched it on television. And I deliberately haven’t listened to anyone about rally driving. I want to find out for myself.” - Ayrton Senna
Polish ex-F1 driver and current rally pilot Robert Kubica hit a rock and lost his wheel at Rally Poland over the weekend. Did he stop? Hell no.
Robert Kubica is probably the single driver with the most incredible comebacks to his name by sheer numbers, so he's not going to let a little bitty crash like this one in the Rally Finland slow him down. Not even if he needs to take out half the goddamn forest.
Robert Kubica is probably very glad that guard rail was there, and that it held when he slid his car into it.
Polish F1 driver Robert Kubica won the first race he entered after 20 months of being in and out of hospitals following a near-death crash. That's amazing.
It always rains in Malaysia. It didn’t rain in Malaysia yesterday. Never underequipped when it comes to show biz, Formula One bridged the precipitation gap with a flying Russian (above), a jinxed Brit, and an old rivalry rekindled. A fun race—for second place. Warning: spoilers.
The most successful driver Formula One has ever seen came back from a three-year retirement to drive the successor of last year’s world championship car—and had his worst-ever season amid, arguably, F1's most exciting season. What went wrong?
If paintjobs can win races, the entire Formula One grid must be quaking in their Nomex boots. Renault’s vespid R30 is one hell of a looker.