I don’t have any negative feelings about Canada - Kubica

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In a week BMW Sauber F1 Team driver Robert Kubica will return to the Gilles Villeneuve Circuit in Montreal where he escaped a horrendous accident a year ago. When he was asked how he copes with the memories of his accident, the Pole says he doesn't have to cope with them as he is travelling to one of his favourite tracks.

Robert Kubica said: "I don’t have to cope with anything. We go to Canada which is one of my favourite tracks. Of course everybody knows what happened in 2007, but I don’t have to cope because it’s already a year ago, and since then I have been driving a Formula One car without thinking about it. In Formula One and motorsport the risks are high, but I don’t have any negative feelings about Canada. I am just going there as I go to any other race with the goal to score as many points as possible."