Among the pages of the history book of the Canadian Grand Prix, there are unforgettable victories and achievements. For many Formula 1 protagonists this appointment has crowned the dream of their first career victory … in some cases, the only career victory.
In the case of Robert Kubica, however, the link with the Land of the Maple Leaf represents something more than a first place.
In this new installment of Motorsport Pills, we take you to the 2007 Canadian Grand Prix: 15 years ago, on the day of his first career success for the future seven-time World Champion, Lewis Hamilton, a Polish driver miraculously emerged unscathed from a terrible impact at 230 km / h. 12 months later, that same Polish driver, on that same track, takes his only victory … in Formula 1. That driver is Robert Kubica.