F1 » June target for clearer Kubica prognosis


Robert Kubica is working hard on his recovery, but it could be another month or more before a realistic picture of his future emerges, claims Lotus Renault boss Eric Boullier.

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TJ - Unregistered

May 07, 2011 10:52 AM

@Cobalt I'd rather wait for the prognosis before anything else. Recovery period can't be rushed. We all want to see Kubica back in action but better that he is 100% whether it's this year or next.

Cobalt

May 07, 2011 11:18 AM

@TJ, Crash didnt include Boullier comment from the latest interview that he believes Robert will be back this season. So far all is going well, we dont know ifs/whens yet but I just want to stay optimistic in the meantime, why not?

107SS2009

May 07, 2011 11:57 AM

I believe that every F1 follower would like to see RK back as soon as possible so I say the following with sadness, it will be a long road for RK, remember that the biggest injuries were to the nerves and were very severe, it will be a miracle if he recovers enough feel to drive an F1 car on the limit as he used to.

John - Unregistered

May 07, 2011 12:13 PM

Very positive news.
It's good to hear that everyone (drivers, teams and fans) are publicly willing him to recover and are waiting to welcome him back. I'm sure this will help to keep him motivated.
I think everyone is hopeful for a quick recovery, but I'd rather he makes sure it's a "full recovery" rather than a speedy one.
A great talent in the car, lets hope he can show it again as soon as is practicably possible.
Good luck Robert!

richard

May 07, 2011 2:18 PM

boulliers statement was perhaps a little more ominous. he stated " we dont know when or IF robert can return to f1". i wasnt a fan of his, but admired his urge to go rallying. so i hope that he can return at some time to f1.

«2PAC»

May 07, 2011 2:47 PM

i was never a fan, partly due to his friendship with Alonso, but he was no doubt one of the best F1 drivers of the current era. however i believe, if the reports on the details of his injuries are accurate, we won't see him in F1 again and i say that with genuine sadness and regret.

i hope he can satisfy his "need for speed" in one of the lower formula... best of luck to him in the future.

TJ - Unregistered

May 07, 2011 6:24 PM

@Cobalt Seriously it's better to wait and see what the prognosis is. It's safer that way. The last thing Renault needs is a driver who is not 100% fit. I think next year would be a better bet for a comeback.

TJ - Unregistered

May 07, 2011 6:24 PM

@Cobalt Seriously it's better to wait and see what the prognosis is. It's safer that way. The last thing Renault needs is a driver who is not 100% fit. I think next year would be a better bet for a comeback.

Jarek - Unregistered

May 08, 2011 10:51 PM

I KNOW Robert will be back in F1, I only hope that they will let him drive this season....
He is much better than Petrov and Heidfeld the Renault cars are very competitive this season, he will have flash come back :)

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