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Ricardo Chekarelli confirmed parting with Robert Kubica

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The Polish speedy Robert Kubica’s official doctor Ricardo Chekarelli confirmed that parting with him. Doctor and his patient are dissimilar views on the treatment program and in December he took up other specialist.

“I wish Robert a speedy recovery and return behind the wheel of a Formula 1 as soon as possible. Ricardo Chekarelli told in interview, f1news.ru reported that. At some point, we feel that we have different positions on the future of the program; Robert wanted to work with other professionals – why not?

“My opinion has not changed, I’ve always said that Kubica will be able to fly in 2012, and still sure of it. Of course, it will take time – to give the body a chance to recover. After the accident, less than a year, I think it would be a miracle if at the end of November, he sat behind the wheel of Lotus Renault GP, as planned, but once he returns to the track.”

How long will it take? I can not say because I do not know on what program he’s working, but not important process and outcome. Ferrari? Some questions I have no answer. ” he added.


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