Kubica completes second Williams test in Hungary, di Resta to run on Wednesday
The Polish driver's hope now lies with the decision makers in Williams.
Robert Kubica has completed his second outing with Williams in six days at Hungaroring on Tuesday, after his first run last week at Silvertsone.
The Polish driver had tested the 2014 Williams car, the FW36, which the Grove-based outfit had said to be a 'successful' one, also revealing of the Hungary test ahead of the US Grand Prix.
And so, the 32-year-old was back behind the Mercedes-powered 2014 Williams car, as the team carried out further programme in order to evaluate him for a seat in 2018.
As the first test, Williams chose not to reveal any details relating to his lap numbers and lap times, but added that the run was a 'productive' one.
Its reserve driver and Sky Sports' pundit Paul di Resta, who is also in contention for a full-time Formula 1 return, will get to test on Wednesday.
Along with the two aforementioned drivers, Williams has Felipe Massa in contention for a race seat to partner with Lance Stroll in 2018 - with the outfit hoping to make a decision before the 2017 season ends.