F1 » Surgeons battle to save Robert Kubica's F1 career

Surgeons at the Santa Corona Hospital in Pietra Ligure are doing all they can to save Robert Kubica's F1 career following his rallying crash, with the chief focus 'to re-establish the functionality of his right hand'

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February 06, 2011 7:19 PM

I only hope all ends well. We will not know for weeks thou.
Sorry to see him going through such a traumatic time again. As long as he will emerge out of it healthy and with positive take on future participation in racing I look forward to cheering him to a WDC.

Sal - Unregistered

February 06, 2011 7:35 PM

Terrible to see this news today :( Robert you are in our thoughts and we wish you a full and speedy recovery. I think you have to be one of the nicest F1 drivers in history and sport needs you !!

WILF - Unregistered

February 06, 2011 8:04 PM

This is tragic news and everyone is praying his injuries will heal perfectly and that his career will continue.I have to say though,why was he taking part in this rally so close to the start of a new F1 season which would surely be the main focus especially having set the pace in last weeks official F1 testing.Either way,i just hope he makes a full recovery and does manage to return to racing soon.

Tim - Unregistered

February 06, 2011 8:11 PM

Don't listen to rumour and there is no way he wasn't wearing belts otherwise he would not just have arm fractures. RK is a professional and this was an unfortunate accident. His arm injury is typical of a violent roll or sideways impact but we await his words, not those of internet trolls.

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