Kubica partially severed his right forearm in an horrific 2011 crash during a rally he entered for fun before the start of that Formula One season, and there are lingering doubts about his arm movement.
Kubica completed a test drive for Williams at Silverstone this week ahead of another run in Hungary next week while he competes for a race seat against Paul di Resta and Williams' current driver Felipe Massa.
"I think he can come back even stronger then before", the former F1 boss told Motorsport. Mentally, I think probably he will be more aggressive than he was then: so I can only see good, good things for him.
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'Archie was bloody quick and he was in a worse position than Robert, much worse, and he managed to be very successful and bloody quick.
"I don't think his injury will hold him back". However, Felipe Massa's seat is still open as Massa has not yet been confirmed for the following season.
"If he does what I think he is going to do - be even better than before - then people will get behind him", said Ecclestone. 'He will be good to have for Formula One.
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"If I were Williams, I would definitely try to persuade him to join".
All a spokesman for the British team would say about the Polish driver's run in a 2014 auto was that it had been deemed a success.
"So it would be nice to get a guy who should be quick in the vehicle to find out". "In that moment suddenly Sainz became free because of the whole engine mix, but that's how it works", said Mercedes' retired 2016 world champion Nico Rosberg, who is assisting Kubica.
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'He just needs, like all of us in life, a little bit of luck in making sure - and hoping - that Williams wake up'.