Cromofo, I am not a KUB hater, far from it. I admired him greatly in his first career.
I admired that, unlike most other drivers, he was prepared to let it all hang out in another motorsport.
I admired his fightback from what should have been career ending injuries.
I even admired that he got back to a testing role with a F1 team.
However.I would far rather remember him as the true champion he was than as a makeweight struggling around at the back of the field.
I know you are an unabashed KUB fan, but face it, his day as a front line F1 driver has passed. That is life. He will not see the year out with Williams when there is a much better Mercedes aligned driver waiting in the wings.
I'll remember him as he himself would like to be remembered. It is his and his choice alone to come back and give it a shot. If it doesn't work out, it doesn't, if it does, great.
I'll be the first one to say he just isn't up for it anymore, but not before he's had time to properly get in line with the modern F1, especially considering the dog of a car he's driving.
He has a contract, he'll be here probably till the end of the season, Williams need the money. There's no use in saying he won't make it before he's even had the chance to show whether he can or not. That's my main gripe with people dismissing him from the start.
I'm only giving him time and a chance as I'd give to any other driver and I'm asking you to do the same.