Robert Kubica (P19): 4/10
Last week we were hoping that Williams' new aero package represented a light at the end of the tunnel for Williams, and for Robert Kubica in particular. The team did indeed make another giant leap forward in Hungary, but this time round the success belonged entirely to George Russell. Meanwhile Kubica found himself left moribund at the back of the grid, comprehensively shown up by Russell's progress. He was around seven tenths slower than Russell in FP1 and FP3, six tenths off his team mate's pace in the rain-hit FP2, and slumped a whopping 1.3s behind during the first round of qualifying on Saturday afternoon. It meant that he started Sunday's race predictably at the rear, and he made little or no discernible progress all afternoon during which he found himself going a lap down as early as lap 19. In the end his was the only car to be passed by the leaders three times, putting him in a class of his own in Hungary - but not in a way that he would want, or indeed that he would even wish on his worst enemy.