F1 » Kubica wants F1 return, but not in 2013

Robert Kubica concedes that next season may be too early to consider a return to F1, but does not rule out a comeback in the longer term.

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September 09, 2012 10:21 AM

I don't know how probable is his entry into a top team after long break. But I am sure he will come back strong as Kimi did if he does.
Cant say where he will land in 2014, perhaps Mercedes or SFI? Red Bull, Meca or Ferrari will only take him in as a 2nd driver

JC - Unregistered

September 09, 2012 10:53 AM

Why do people have to be so pesimmistic about this issue. You are ruining it for the rest of us who like Kubica and would like to see him come back to Formula 1. We know how injured he got, we do not need it rubbed in our faces thank you very much!


September 09, 2012 11:21 AM
Last Edited 1330 days ago

@ JC
Your point is valid, but the flipside to it is, "why do we need Kubica nuthuggers here just pointlessly spouting about his mythical return?" That is the purpose, ideally, of a forum like this: to provide an outlet for our opinions to be (logically?) discussed. Regardless, no matter how much anyone likes him, we have to be realistic enough to accept it may take an act of God to get Kubi back in F1.


September 09, 2012 11:46 AM

sunny. several comments on robert.

"kubica made sure to cover his right lower arm everytime he was in a public area, or around people"

but there is a photo of his arm on yalla. he has a wrist brace on, but you can see the scar running up to is elbow.

kubicas own words "probably on a physical level, i will not be the same as before"

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