There were two Robert Kubicas in Formula 1 in 2019. One was the underachiever, obliterated by rookie team-mate George Russell, regularly hinting at dark forces working against him.
The other was the sensational comeback story after an injury that left his right arm and hand permanently damaged, and a repair and rehabilitation process that took more out of Kubica than most of us can ever know.
One story is a tragedy, a once-great driver returning as a ghost of his former self; the other is a triumph of human spirit. It's the second story that really matters and will long live in the memory. Forget the details, the lap times, the results: this was a victory for Kubica - the biggest of his career.