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Kubica set for hospital release

Media reports suggest Robert Kubica is close to being released from hospital
Renault F1 driver Robert Kubica is set to leave hospital before the Easter weekend according to reports in his native Poland.

Kubica was admitted to hospital in early February after an accident while competing in the Ronde di Andora rally, which he was contesting at the wheel of a Super 2000 Skoda Fabia.

The 26-year-old was left with multiple injuries after a crash barrier penetrated the cockpit of the Skoda, with the Pole undergoing numerous rounds of surgery on his injuries in the following weeks.

According to the Polish news agency PAP, hospital spokesperson Roberto Carrozzino has now confirmed that the risk of infection to Kubica has passed, which could result in him being cleared to return home before the weekend.

Kubica is continuing to recover from his injuries and has been undergoing rehabilitation, with his aim being to return to action before the end of the year.


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andrew. - Unregistered

April 20, 2011 1:42 PM

Good that he is out of hospital and on the mend! I doubt that he will be back this year. Given his injuries, the worst thing to do would be to rush his recovery.



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