Alfa Romeo Formula 1 reserve driver Robert Kubica will have his second FP1 run of the 2020 season at this weekend’s Hungarian Grand Prix.
The Pole, who made his Grand Prix debut with BMW Sauber at the Hungaroring in 2006, will take over Kimi Raikkonen’s C39 for the morning session on Friday.
Kubica drove Antonio Giovinazzi’s car in FP1 for last weekend’s Styrian Grand Prix, but missing a session was less costly for the Italian that it will be for Raikkonen, as Giovinazzi had already completed the previous race weekend’s Austrian Grand Prix at the same track.

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