Robert Kubica is concerned that F1's new generation front wings could lead to huge accidents in 2009.

Robert Kubica is concerned that F1's new generation front wings could lead to huge accidents in 2009.

The increased risk of damaged wings on the wheel-to-wheel run to the first corner has already been raised, as the cars this year feature wings that are as wide as the front wheels.

But Kubica, who had a massive accident in Montreal in 2007 due to contact and a front wing collapsing under his BMW-Sauber, thinks the danger of high speed crashes is also dramatically heightened due to the new aerodynamic rules that are designed to promote overtaking.

The Pole also said Luciano Burti's scary crash at Spa-Francorchamps in 2001 was caused by front wing damage.

"With this huge front wing, which is as wide as the tyres, we have to be really careful," he said.

"It is huge and could easily go under the car," Kubica, 24, warned.