Robert Kubica Net Worth, Wiki, Bio

The Estimated Robert Kubica Net Worth is $12 Million. The Net Worth of Robert Kubica has seen a hike of 24% over the past few years. Robert Kubica is a Polish current rally and Formula 1 racing driver. While calculating the Net Worth of Robert Kubica we have included the data updated as of this Quarter. Check out the Exclusive information on Robert Kubica Net Worth details such as Yearly Income, House, Car Collection, Investments etc. Also read Net Worth details of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Conor McGregor and Sebastian Vettel.

Robert Kubica Net Worth

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Net Worth $12.8 Million
Annual Income $2.1 Million
Personal Investments $5.2 Million
Luxury Cars –03 $1.2 Million

Robert Kubica Cars included in his Net Worth

The Car collection of Robert Kubica is quite Small. Robert Kubica owns few of the best luxury cars in the world. The Car brands owned by Robert Kubica include Range Rover, Mercedes Benz and Alfa Romeo.

Robert Kubica House included in his Net Worth

Robert Kubica Resides in Kraków, Poland. Robert Kubica bought this luxury home in 2011. Estimated Value of this Real Estate Property is around $2.2 Million.

Robert Kubica Biography

Robert Kubica developed his love for all kinds of cars at the young age of four when he spotted a small off-road vehicle, powered by a 4 bhp (3.0 kW) petrol engine.

After long talks with his parents, his father, Artur, bought him the car and young Robert Kubica spent long hours driving around plastic bottles.

When he got older it became apparent that he needed better equipment, so his father bought him a go-kart. However, Robert Kubica was too young to start racing in the Polish Karting Championship as he was under the age of ten.

When he entered the championship, he won six titles in three years. After his third season, Kubica decided to switch to a more competitive series in Italy. In 1998 Robert Kubica became the first foreigner to win the International Italian Junior Karting Championship.

Robert Kubica also scored second place in the European Junior Karting Championship and won the Junior Monaco Kart Cup held on part of the Formula One Grand Prix track. A year later, Robert Kubica defended his title in Italy and also competed in the International German Karting Championship.

Robert Kubica Child


He also won the Monaco Kart Cup for the second time in a row, as well as the Margutti Trophy and Elf Masters races. In 2000, his last season in karting, Robert Kubica scored fourth places in both the European and World Championships.

Robert Kubica started his professional career in 2000, as a test driver for a Formula Renault 2000 car. During his first professional season in Formula Renault, Robert Kubica scored his maiden pole position and also became a member of Renault’s driver development programme.

In 2002 Robert Kubica won four races and scored a second place in the Italian Formula Renault 2000. Robert Kubica was also seventh in the Formula Renault Eurocup.

At the end of the year he took part in a Brazilian Formula Renault 2000 race held at the Interlagos circuit. This one-off appearance resulted in a dominant win.

After Formula Renault, Robert Kubica moved to the Formula Three Euro Series. However, his move was delayed by a road accident which left him with a broken arm, and titanium screws holding it together.


Robert Kubica Young Age

At his delayed debut at Norisring, Robert Kubica, driving with a plastic brace and 18 titanium bolts in his arm, won the race. He finished the season in 12th place. At the end of the year, Robert Kubica won a street race in Sardinia and came fifth in races held in Macau and Korea.

Robert Kubica ended his second season in the Formula 3 Euro Series, spent with the factory Mercedes team, in 7th position. In November 2004, Robert Kubica scored pole position in the Macau F3 Grand Prix, where he broke the lap record, but finished second in the race.

Robert Kubica was retained by Renault rebranded as Lotus Renault GP through Lotus Cars sponsorship into the 2011 season, again partnered with Petrov. Robert Kubica tested the team’s new car, the Renault R31, for the first time in Valencia on 2 February. On the last day of testing in Valencia he set the fastest time of the session.

On 2 February 2017, Robert Kubica was signed by the ByKolles privateer LMP1 team in the FIA World Endurance Championship. This came after he tested their car in November 2016 during the WEC rookie test at Bahrain, and lapped faster than the team’s regulars managed on the race weekend.

After the pre-season testing at Italy’s Autodromo Nazionale Monza, where Robert Kubica did not do any running, the driver announced via social media that he would not be participating in the forthcoming season.

On 5 June 2017, it was announced that Robert Kubica would be driving in a Renault-organized test of their 2012 car, the Lotus E20, at Circuit Ricardo Tormo, his first Formula One event since his career-ending accident in 2011.

Data Analysis : Robert Kubica Net Worth

We can easily conclude that Robert Kubica is one of the highest net worth players in the world. Robert Kubica Net Worth has been on the top of the charts since many weeks.

Robert Kubica Net Worth will keep growing at a staggering pace in the coming months. This data provided by us on Robert Kubica Net Worth is just on estimated basis and statistical analysis.

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Robert Kubica Net Worth Growth Estimate

The Net Worth and Income of Robert Kubica is expected to continue to grow at a Strong pace. Over the next few years, Robert Kubica’s Net worth is likely to grow by around 34%.

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