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German media reports cast fresh doubt over the future of Robert Kubica

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ferret .

September 16, 2011 10:25 AM

Welcome back to the Piranha Club Robert!
The way Renault have been treating drivers of late and handeling matters, they do not deserve a good driver like Robert!
Robert get your injuries sorted out and get your fitness back to top form and let Renault dig them selves into an even deeper hole!
Go and find a team that will help you get back on track!
Hope to see you back on the grid asap Robert..

ed - Unregistered

September 16, 2011 10:48 AM

By the time he gets back, it might not be a works renault team, but a lotus-lada-cosworth-genii. The renault engine's in the other lotus, and the red bulls, robert!


September 16, 2011 10:58 AM

i reckon that lotus renault know a lot about kubicas condition, and despite the fact that he will have a go in the toyota simulator, there is now a realisation that he will not be returning to f1.


September 16, 2011 11:26 AM

I am sure LRGP knows about Roberts condition, he works on his rehabilitation with Ceccareli, team doctor.

Fair enough, RK needs to singn a contract for 2012 and has to show that he is improving so he will be able to drive next Febuary.

We will know by the end of October. I doubt German media knows anything more, they are just trying to make headlines.

Cant wait for Roberts return!


September 16, 2011 11:53 AM
Last Edited 1688 days ago

Sounds like more BS from Eric. Why would he have to have his drivers signed up for 2012 by October? If Kubica does not make it back he will be replaced by a pay driver and they tend to be available at anytime of the year, just ask Bruno Senna etc.
If Kubica can make it back to F1 he should be given every chance and plenty of time. Eric could easily give him until January to prove himself and if it doesn't work out then go find a driver with suitable sponsorship to take his place.

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