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GP Week : Issue 138
F1 NEWS >> ACCORDING to Renault team principal Eric Boullier, the Enstone team are willing to wait a little longer before pressing injured racer Robert Kubica into a decision on his return to the team. “Maybe a little further,” Boullier (right) told Autosport when the magazine asked how much longer the Renault team principal would be able to extend the decision-making deadline. “If I can wait a little bit longer, I will maybe have to because he’s not fully ready and I want him to be in a fair situation to make sure he will be back. “I spoke to [Kubica’s manager] Daniele Morelli and they are very confident that Robert will be back, which is nice to hear. We still have to go through some processes so he is basically fighting against time. “If Robert can drive a Formula One car, I want him to be with us so I have to give him a chance. It’s up to me to be flexible.” Despite Boullier’s desire to see Kubica back in one of his race seats, the team boss cannot in all good conscience postpone the decision indefinitely. “I need not to go against the interests of this team, so if I can see anything going wrong with next year’s driver line-up, I will have to take a decision,” he said. While it was hoped that Kubica would be well enough to complete some test running in an older Renault F1 car at some point in October, Boullier now thinks it will be around a month before the Polish driver is in the right state to get back behind the button-heavy F1 steering wheel. Renault confirm Kubica’s return deadline extended 13