Robert Kubica has completed a test day with Williams at the Silverstone Circuit, as the Grove-based team begin to evaluate the Pole. Kubica is in contention for a 2018 drive with the team, competing for a place to partner Lance Stroll.
A spokesperson mentioned that Kubica "completed a successful day with the team". After three tests with Renault earlier in 2017, the 32-year-old lost out on a chance to drive for the French team in 2018 as it opted to bring in Carlos Sainz, loaned out by Red Bull.
Kubica drove the FW36, Williams' 2014 competitor. He is set to test the car once again next week at the Hungaroring, with reserve driver Paul di Resta also driving the car on the same day. Both men will be assessed for a chance at a 2018 seat, but Williams has not ruled out current driver Felipe Massa for next season.