Williams driver Robert Kubica has said he and his teammate George Russell will have to avoid an active attack of the kerbs in Bahrain, because the team doesn’t have enough spare parts in case of some damages of the aerodynamic elements. Moreover, Kubica will use the floor, which he damaged in Australia, but the mechanics then repaired.
"Looking at what happened to me in Friday in Australia in FP1 by going on top of one kerb I get a damaged floor and we didn’t have bits to replace it. It affected probably all weekend."
"This is another factor we’ve got to make sure we get on top of it as soon as possible because also it is putting the driver in a difficult position. Because we are talking today but knowing tomorrow the situation is like it is, you cannot go over the kerbs – or you can go over the kerbs but the risk is the car will fall apart and then you have no parts to fit them", – Racefans.net quotes.