Canadian media unexpectedly report that Polish driver Robert Kubica would say goodbye to the Williams seat before the end of this year's season.
La Journal refers to its sources and claims that Poland was replaced by Nicolas Latifi, the third player from the Grove team.
The newspaper claims that Kubica has an agreement stipulating that he may be dismissed from the full-time job function during the season.
It is worth mentioning that the Pole has not easily since the beginning of the season - he regularly records the last places in both training and qualifying sessions and races.
The team partner George Russell looks a little better at him than he is.
Nicolas Latifi, in turn, is currently a Formula 2 player, where he is doing extremely sensational.
Currently, the Canadian leads in the general classification. An additional advantage of the young driver is a large financial background that he can bring to Williams.
Latifi, however, does not have a license to drive in Formula 1, and to get it, he must finish the season in the top five.
It is possible, however, to gain rights earlier due to the excellent results of the 23-year-old.
photography: Robert Kubica - Williams / © ROKiT Williams Racing