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Enough has been said about this already. The question is not whether Robert will be able to drive an F1 car again but rather whether he would be competitive. In a sport where two tenths of a second per lap make you a winner or a failure, there is no margin for error or injury. I for one wish Robert all the best, but will be very surprised to see the 100% recovery required.