F1 » Kubica recuperation 'will be very long', warns doctor


Lotus Renault GP's team doctor Riccardo Ceccarelli cautions that it is impossible to say whether Robert Kubica will be able to return to F1 - only that his recuperation from his high-speed rallying accident last month 'will take time'...

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fish fingers - Unregistered

March 10, 2011 3:34 PM

Why is that? He's doing well apparently. Has feeling in his hand etc so I am sure at some point be back testing an F1 car. We will only know when he gets back behind the wheel if he still has it.

Whither Alonso

March 10, 2011 5:05 PM

I wish him the very very best, but @Schrieker? "Much worse injuries" is pretty bold, and not well informed.

I've posted before on this, I am an Orthopeaedic and sports medicine specialist myself. We're very plainly in new territory for an F1 driver with these sorts of upper extremity/hand injuries given the modern steering wheel and its needs from a driver. This is medical science/art not science fiction.

I'm Half-Polish, if that matters a whit, I wish him as well as anyone, he would have done my proud-to-be Polish Mother very proud. We have to be hopeful, optimistic and realistic.

Cobalt

March 10, 2011 5:18 PM

IMO complexity of the steering wheel is not going to be a problem. Driver still has to press one button with one hand at a time so it doesnt matter if there is one or ten buttons.

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