F1 » New injury ices Kubica comeback


Robert Kubica has suffered a setback in his attempts to return to an F1 cockpit after breaking his leg in a domestic accident.

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terry cheese - Unregistered

January 12, 2012 12:51 PM

HE will get better but it will take longer. What's the rush? Is F1 ending this year? Unlike cold hearted inhuman so called fans im sure several teams will give him a chance when he is ready.

Bystander - Unregistered

January 12, 2012 1:53 PM

Please can someone tell me it's April 1st?! He's got plenty of luck that boy... just all of it bad.

I'd love to be as confident as some of Kubica returning... but the type of injury to his hand always made me doubt it, given what drivers do in the cockpit. Plus the lack of news about his rehab, and now breaking the same leg, which suggests it wasn't up to full strength. I'd love to be wrong and if anyone can come back Robert can, but I suspect he'll be one of those might-have-beens :(

Cobalt

January 12, 2012 2:28 PM

Well, Robert has plenty of good luck as well, he reached nearly top of his profession and prognosis from his doctors is that he will be able to return there and keep progressing. All in good time...

Tomas - Unregistered

January 12, 2012 3:55 PM

Man, I am a big fan of Kubica. I was expecting his return, but come on, still recovering and he goes for a walk on the ICE? Nothing but a stupid idea.

«2PAC»

January 13, 2012 1:18 PM
Last Edited 979 days ago

sad to say from the moment the details of his original injuries became public I don't see how Kubica will ever return to F1. The nerve damage alone would cast huge doubt over his F1 future and now it appears his extended recovery time has perhaps resulted in his bones being weakened (people of his age don't normally fracture bones from a fall).
I wish him all the very best and hope he recovers well enough to take part in some lower formula racing in the future so at least he can satisfy his need for speed.

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