In addition to that, Kubica also visited the “wind tunnel to see the latest developments being put through their paces on the rolling road. Then Robert visited the composites lab to inspect some of the carbon fibre components that will soon be fitted to the first 2010 chassis.”
In addition, he also showed his enthusiasm over returning to Renault, as he had previously visited the Enstone factory back when he test-driven for the French company a few years ago.
“The site is bigger now and there are more facilities such as the CFD centre, which is very impressive and will play a big role in the development of our car this year. When you walk around the factory there is a great atmosphere and everybody seems motivated and up for the fight – just like me!” added Kubica, who is also preparing to do his first major rally outing in career, at the end of this week, during IRC's Rally Monte Carlo.
After that, he's scheduled to do one more seat fitting in the R30 before the team will travel to Valencia for the first testing session of the off-season, on February 1st.