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I would love to be proved wrong and I hope I am, but I can not see Robert ever being fit enough again to resurrect his F1 career. If he can not return with pace at Renault I feel it will be unlikely, with the new talent coming up from the lower formulas will curtail the larger and middle order teams from risking a chance on a driver who is now an unknown quantity after his accident especially now that the teams must ensure good sponsorship in the present world financial climate. It looks to me as if, unfortunately Robert will join the list of drivers who should have been world champion. My best wishes for a speedy and full recovery Robert Kubica and that you prove me wrong.