F1 » Kubica continues recovery, no sign of infection

Dr Rossello: Robert [Kubica] no longer needs intensive care so he has begun the rehabilitation process. He is now in his own large room so that he is as comfortable as possible. He has already started some gentle hand exercises with the slight flexing of his fingers.

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Mikeyy - Unregistered

February 22, 2011 7:05 PM

i heard that his hand was mangled to a state of no repair but its good to hear he and his hand is getting better real shame hes not racing this year hes super fast and a real talented guy i hope his return is sooner than expected
get well soon Kubica

ed - Unregistered

February 22, 2011 7:15 PM

Robert Kubica. A man barely alive. Gentlemen, we can rebuild him. We have the technology. We have the capability to build the world's first bionic lotus-renault-proton-lada driver. Robert Kubica will be that man. Better than he was before. Better, stronger, faster.

(Cue Robert driving the car in slow, slow, slow motion to the delight of Vitaly Petrov.)

Whither Alonso

March 03, 2011 2:40 PM
Last Edited 1610 days ago

“He can move his fingers slightly and has a little bit of sensitivity already in his hand." What is very important is that there is no sign of infection, which is the main concern.

The sensation is NOT from the surgery, it is from the nerve NOT repaired. From mid forearm that will take at 1-2mm/month nerve re-generation for the motor nerve - you guys can do the math, faster for sensation. He's human, the laws of the body still apply.

I am so glad he survived but as a professional in the business of his injuries, it is not likely we'll see him in F1 again and I am very, very sad about that.

Get well, Robert!

Odd, I've very little interest in this season.

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