Robert Kubica - the best Polish driver

Thursday, June 7, 2012

Kubica about his silence, the decision about the future in a month

Today in Autosport magazine there appeared an article regarding Robert Kubica. There is a quote of Pole, who says that he sees no sense in talking with journalists, because he would not know what to say them, since he still does not know when he will return to F1. On the other side, the doctor who carried out the recent operation of the Pole, told a bit about Robert`s future.

According to today's Autosport magazine issue, Robert Kubica will not give any interview, until he knows if and when he returns to racing. The Pole said: "What`s the point of me talking to the press knowing that I wouldn`t be able to reply to the first question they asked? They would say to me "So Robert, when are you coming back? And I wouldn`t know what to tell them."

Autosport wrote that doctors did not tell Kubica that he will surely come back to racing, but they also did not ruled that out. Full article You can read here and here.

The doctor, who operated the Pole on 25th May, said that before the operation Robert took some tests in F1 simulator. Their aim was to verify which movements Kubica cannot do and in what extent should the surgery be carried. The possibility of doing these movements has been restored thanks to the recent surgery. Now, in about a month, there will be decision whether Kubica needs another little procedure.

Interview with a doctor (in Italian) can be viewed below

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16 comments:

  1. It has now been over a month, any new news on Kubica's condition? Or his plans for the future?

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  2. Unfortunately, there is nothing new in his case, we still have to wait.

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  3. I keep coming back to this site for any updates. Really looking forward to see Robert back in F1 and hopefully with buddy Alonso in Ferrari.

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  4. We All hope for it. Thank You for visiting. When some news about Robert will appear I will write about it here imediately

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  5. thanks for keeping everyone updated. i've been keeping my fingers crossed since it happened. he is too big a talent to be missing from F1

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  6. Unfortunately if Kubica did return he will most likely be a shadow of his former self. Michael was away for three years, suffered a neck injury, is driving a relatively competitive car and look how he is off the pace. I can never see Kubica ever being competitive in Formula One again

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    1. No, that's not it. The problem with msc is age not enjury.

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  7. Cazzo Kubica ti rivogliamo in FORMULA 1.
    FORZA DAI SPINGI SUL GAS!!!

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  8. Mike is a top driver who can still get a pole so thats a load of crap about not being able to come back...Robert is young and a big talent and he will still be quick.

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    1. Mike is a top driver lol in what series? Not F1 that is for sure.

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  9. Don't be so f###ing stupid of course michael is a top driver if he wasn't then he wouldn't have a drive and as for Mercedes being a competitive car lmfao!!!

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  10. mike was only a good driver when he had superior machinery to everyone, including his team-mate. His Micheal Schumacher only tyres were 1 second faster than the standard given to Barricello, MSC the most over-rated driver in history of F1.

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    1. Thank you! Finally someone that knows. Michael was in the best car with the best tires with the weakest field of drivers competing against him in F1 history. Whenever someone had a car that could compete he would lose Hakkinen, Villeneuve, Alonso. Enough said Schumacher is a good driver but not as good as everyone praises him to be. He's not 7 world championships good, he just happened to be in the right place at the right time.

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  11. Robert, You have always impressed in F1. Get well so you can do it again!!

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