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Robert Kubica admits it is 'nearly impossible' to think he will one day return to F1

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November 12, 2013 5:37 PM

This is the danger of motorsport, unfortunately. Such a talented driver losing his chance at F1 glory. Despite that, the recovery he has made is outstanding, and hopefully his performance in rallying will reflect his talent. Good luck to him


November 12, 2013 5:43 PM

Big fan of Robert's but this is hardly news. How many ways and times do we need to have it "reported" that he will not be back in F1?
I was always impressed by his attitude after the accident and the way he pressed-on with WRC. I still am but everyone but the press seems to understand that his time in F1 is over.
Love to see him take a WRC title or three now!


November 13, 2013 1:22 AM
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@JJJ - You read my mind. I remember reading that he said that he could pull down on a steering well fine but could never push up or something like that.


November 13, 2013 7:41 AM

pcxmerc. (why the name change again?) do you really think that any team would waste valuable fp time giving a person who has no hope of driving an f1 car again, a chance at a drive? if any team was prepared to give Robert a test,they could easily do it at any time in a two year old car or at a filming day. so far , nobody has done that, not even merc who have let him have a go in a sim.
Robert needs space to move his arm, due to lack of articulation in his wrist, so is unlikely to be ever in a single seater again. dtm maybe.


November 13, 2013 8:43 AM

The more driving Robert does, will improve his chance of doing more. It is a pity that we may never see his true worth in F1, but so far he has done very well to do what he has. Keep it up RK!

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