Well, where else can he go?
France’s Auto Hebdo is claiming that Renault looks set to exercise its option on Robert Kubica’s services for 2011, with the contract set to be finalised shortly after this weekend’s British Grand Prix, in line with a July deadline supposedly stipulated in his contract.
With the driver seats remaining surprisingly stagnant into the 2011 season, Italy’s Autosprint is further claiming that Kubica – who currently lies sixth in the Drivers’ Championship – could even stay with Renault for more seasons, although the Pole reportedly “wants guarantees” about the team’s funding arrangements.
“We are determined to have Robert with us,” Renault’s team boss Eric Boullier said. "He knows
he has nowhere else to go our ambitions and our potential.”
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