“It doesn’t really change a lot,” Kubica said.
“It’s strange. I started the weekend with a positive feeling in FP1, and then this feeling completely disappeared session by session.
“I just have no feeling in the car, struggled to commit to the corners. Still struggling with oversteer, especially the last run where the track was getting better.
“The run before I lost quite a lot of lap time in the last sector due to one Ferrari which was opening the lap.
“The last set of tyres was very strange.
“I had massive oversteer and I wasn’t expecting it,” concluded Kubica.
Due to George Russell receiving a five-place grid penalty, Kubica will start the race in P19.