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@**** ardo donkey
you make a point that only Kubica knows the extent of his injury, but at the same time when you look at other cases of athletes/racers who have suffered injuries that put their careers in jeopardy its quite obvioius they came to the conclusion that thier injuries would either a)hamper their ability to be 100% competitive or b) put other competitors at risk because their injuries essenetially slowed them down. I point to the cases of Mick Dooohan, Kevin Schwantz and most recently John Toseland.
I said earlier, it would be nice to have Kubica back, but when you look at the reality of the situation its quite obvious that the extent of his injury would make him uncompetitive in a single-seater especially since its more demanding than you typical vehicle.