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Jaime Alguersuari: I think his injuries are more than expected...

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Leo - Unregistered

March 09, 2012 10:45 AM

Roberto Chinchero Italian journalist and friend of Kubica on Twitter:
"Congratulations to JaimeAlguersuari for his new job as a BBC. The first news he told,show much "respect" for another driver. So elegant..."

elijah

March 09, 2012 2:12 PM
Last Edited 853 days ago

If this news is correct then of course it's the worst news possible. But I am surprised Jaime Alguersuari could be so unthinking to put out this news. Is it his youth or is he just a reckless individual. Somehow I could never see Chandhoc being sold destructive. The BBC may soon regret having Alguersuari on their team if they're not already!

richard

March 09, 2012 2:14 PM

when many were predicting a return to f1 by last nov, i had my doubts, due to severity of injuries. since then kubicas pr manager has issued the odd statement that return was imminent. but there was a problem...if a person is to prove they are just about to return to driving, it would be important to be seen around the place, and even in the pits. unfortunately roberts total absence from the scene, showed that things were, alas, far more serious than what was being said.
algy would be in a better position than most, to comment, and i doubt that it was malicious. more likely a response to a direct question.

CML-VR46

March 09, 2012 3:49 PM

to put a downer on algusari ive found on an italian website a pic of kubica testing a skoda fabia rally car dated 9march2012!!! rallyemotion.it/robert-kubica-torna-al-volante-test-sulla-fabia-wrc/

Mark _

March 09, 2012 5:43 PM

@ 2Pac - truth or not one has to question Jaime's motive for this. Either he wants to get ahead of RK in line for a race seat or he is trying scoop the story as a pundit. This benefitted Jaime at Kubica's expense. And if he was asked a question like richard says he is not obligated to answer.

5iveofNnn

March 09, 2012 6:32 PM

Firstly I would like to thank all of you who offered their best wishes to me.Now I have read here that RK has been seen with an apparently strong arm and legs.My personal experience has taught me that with a good physio programme it is possible to regain all of your previous physical strength providing you have retained most of your mobility.The big problem however is one of propreception.The brains ability to correctly interpret the information it is recieving from the nerves and vice-versa.When your brain has to consciously analyse these signals it is so mentally draining that you literally have no energy left for anything else like driving a GP car.The good thing is that with time a recovery can be made.But there are never any guarentees.So don't right off a Kubica return just yet.As for Algersuari.Well I have no respect for him whatsoever.

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