Kubica passes imperative cockpit descent test


Robert Kubica has reportedly upheld a imperative cockpit descent exam forward of Wednesday’s run during a Hungaroring.

The Polish motorist will lapse to a rival theatre for a initial time his convene pile-up when he drives a Renault RS17 on Day Two of a post-Hungarian GP test.

However, in sequence to get a go-ahead from a FIA, a 32-year-old had to pass a cockpit descent test.

Article 13.1.4 of a FIA’s F1 regulations, a motorist can't competition unless they can – while wearing wear full competition pack and helmet – stand out of a cockpit and reinstate a steering circle within 10 seconds.

Kubica reportedly did a exam on Monday with Autosport saying that he came by but any problems.

The former Renault motorist will take over a pushing duties on Wednesday morning.


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