Would you be saying the same if it were George who had damaged his car and Robert's was fine?
I ask this because I wonder if you are just upset that Robert is suffering. Remember, though, whilst in an ideal world we would expect that he could damage the car and have it sorted for the next race, we know (and so does he) that Williams are far from being in an ideal world right now.
Yeah, I didn't mean to sound like a Robert's fanboy. However, you see how 1s difference in practice sessions affects his PR and he's unable to do anything about it, as it's not related to his skill. It would be pretty bad for George too, who I like a lot. They're both fighting to make their names important in F1 and both deserve equal machinery. I really hope Williams can deliver that by Europe.
Thankfully - even though there weren't many changes to the car - they both did run at the same pace today. They both could improve on their last laps, but due to different circumstances they didn't. They're still way behind in quali pace, but at least we now know that Kubica can run at the same pace as F2 champ who didn't have a break from driving. That's hell of a sign for Kubica, I thought it would take longer than that.
Race pace was much better than expected. Well, as long as other's pace from yesterday remains the same they actually have a chance to hold to the back of the pack thanks to huge impact of the DRS on this track (three zones this year). That would be perfect for them as they could at least test the car's behaviour, cooling and aero in following another car.