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F1 winner Robert Kubica said to be doing well after latest operation

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MrQwerty

June 06, 2012 8:16 PM

I thought Kubica was brilliant, and I'll admit I know very little about his condition, but I think it's been too long. It would be great if he could recover to the point of getting a test drive in an F1 car, but now he's out of contract with Lotus he has no driving force from within F1.

Taipan

June 06, 2012 9:19 PM

As a few people have mentioned, the secrecy that has surrounded the real condition of his hand / arm is a telling factor and a real concern.
I'd love to see him back, great driver and a likable guy but the more time that passes the less likely it looks. A real shame.

cinnek - Unregistered

June 07, 2012 11:56 AM

Roberto Chinchero- Italian journalist quoted Kubica's answer on secrecy and staying out of public eye.
He said: " what's the point talking to the reporters if I can't answer their first question? They would ask: when you coming back and I wouldn't be able to answer them"
Kubica is a different kind of guy than majority of the drivers on the grid. He is a true racer and not trying to be celebrity. IMO until he knows 100%, he won't talk to reporters.
If there is a will there's a way, and we all know he loves racing and obviously he is fighting to come back so my fingers are crossed.

Szybkiego powrotu do zdrowia Robert!!!

50 Cent - Unregistered

June 07, 2012 3:13 PM

Richey - why did you remove the posts about the quotes? IF you were quotting your wife (who you claimed is a certified nurse) commenting on Kubica's injuries in a post that is still out there. Why did you think it was necessary to remove my comment? You brought her into discussion in a first place...

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