The talented Polish Formula 1 racer, Robert Kubica's net worth estimated to be $4 million. The 34-year old has managed to cluster up this massive fortune from his professional racing career and his endorsement deals. Moreover, after his return to F1, the Canadian Grand Prix winner has a salary of $556,000 in 2019.
Robert Józef Kubica was born on 7 December 1984 in Kraków, Poland to mother Anna Kubica and father Artur Kubica. Robert developed his love for all kinds of cars at the young age of four when he spotted a small off-road vehicle. Since then he has won countless titles throughout his career.
Net Worth and Income
As stated earlier, Robert Kubica's net worth is estimated to be $4 million which he has gathered from his professional racing career, sponsorships, and endorsements. Furthermore, after his return to F1 in 2018 and signing for a full-time racer for Williams, his salary is estimated to be $556,000 annually.
Before, his F1 debut, Robert Kubica won the 2005 Formula Renault 3.5 series. In his F1 career, he had a career-high ranking of 4th in 2008. He won the 2013 World Rally Championship-2 years after his horrible accident in 2011 where he had to go through a seven-hour surgical procedure to repair the damage.
He has had one career win secured in his bag, at the 2008 Canadian Grand Prix, just a year following a horrid crash at the same venue. Besides, Kubica has also 11 podium finishes in five years. Considering Kubica's achievements and resilience, it isn't hard to draw a conclusion that his net worth must be grand.
Robert Kubica has released some merchandise in collaboration with F1 which must pile up his income significantly. Some of the products are listed below:
Williams Racing Robert Kubica 88 T-Shirt
Williams Racing 2019 Robert Kubica Team Cap
Williams Racing 2019 Team T-Shirt - Black
Additionally, Kubica’s main sponsor is the oil company, PKN Orlen which is worth $7.173 billion. The Polish company separated €10 million to sponsor Kubica’s bid to return to F1.
It looks like Robert Kubica prefers to be behind the curtains when it comes to his personal life as he has no social media profile and hasn't appeared in a lot of interviews. As far as we know, the Polish racer lives a single life.