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Fernando Alonso question whether Robert Kubica will ever be fit enough to return to F1

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Beers - Unregistered

August 22, 2012 12:46 AM

A BBC sport journalist wrote: "Kubica can drive a road car and a rally car without problem but the nerves in his right arm, which was partially severed are still not healed sufficiently to allow him to move his fingers quickly or accurately enough to operate the controls on an F1 car."
Also a person close to him was reported saying that the trouble is in the rotation in his elbow.

jose - Unregistered

August 22, 2012 2:04 AM

50 Cents,

Take care baby that kind of criticism will earn you the delete button.
I know what I saw in the New York Post was some Dude who looks
like Mr. K sitting behind the wheel, looks like he is driving.
I saw no taped hands, no taped fingers, no arm supports. Just
this Guy..Identified in the article as Robert Kubica F1 driver.
Training to return to the sport..
Scotch Whiskey is bad medicine makes one arrogant, disrespectful,
and down rite Goofy. You start to say and do things that is far
from the truth, reality just passes you by softly..


jose - Unregistered

August 22, 2012 2:28 AM

Let me say this about my IQ, Granted not very high..
95?? + one dog biscuit
This Rant about Robert Kubica was sparked by a
post about something that in NOT true..I downloaded the article
from the Post site. Trying to defend a lie is indefensible.
Dam Sam this is truly amazing!!
What are you two going to do next.

Badman, Jose

ItHappens - Unregistered

August 22, 2012 3:38 AM

@ Cobalt, 50 Cent and Jose

I applaud you for standing up for your posts. As usual, the know-it-all has tried to bring you down and as per usual, this comment will probably be deleted.

I really hope Kubica returns as he is a wonderful talent and could really threaten the usual podium suspects.


August 22, 2012 7:03 AM
Last Edited 1138 days ago

@@TAZ, @@@@@RonsGoldenboy@@ i always shared your opinion from the day i joined not just on the person you mentioned but on the 3 Stooges(he is one of them)......


August 22, 2012 7:03 AM
Last Edited 1138 days ago


Everytime there is an article about Kubica not being likely to return to F1, you can't wait to tell us all "Told you so".


I think you underestimate Jose. All I can say is that must be one big dog biscuit.


August 22, 2012 7:48 AM

googol. wow! just because i am factual, seems to be a reason to be critical of me?
look at all the articles that said robert would be back by october 2011, november, december etc, wuith his seat being held open, etc. and yes, i forecast that it would be medically impossible, due to the extreme injury. if you want to class that as "i told you so", you can, but i was NOT WRONG, was i?
there have been NO pictures or videos of rk driving a car, and as such an event would be highly newsworthy, i would imagine that if such an event occurred, there would be plenty of video taken and published. after some "encouraging" reports from his surgeon and doctors, kubica actually changed his doctors. encouraging news was being bandied about to try and keep his prospects of a seat, open.
as i said earlier, when i see actual footage of him driving a car, i will then accept that he is fully on the road to competitive driving again, but until then....... by the way taz, gullible means easily fooled.


August 22, 2012 8:03 AM

he will never be back in F1
yes he may do a test but as for racing in a top team thats a no no.
you keep hearing reports that he's doing great etc but its very strange that when ever you see a picture he is hiding the damaged hand

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