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Ferrari will help Kubica return to Formula 1

Rumour still says about that possibly Robert Kubica will come back to Formula 1 with Ferrari. The latest report from Italian publication Omnicorse.

Ex Renault GP driver Robert Kubica still fight with accidents and injuries for come-back to sport, latest accident is Kubica fractured the same leg after slipping and falling on ice while walking. Kubica was taken to a local hospital, where x-rays showed the fractures in his right leg. He’ll require surgery to install a single metal screw above his ankle.

The Omnicorse reports: (Italian translated to English) A fact that was “cracked” not only the tibia but also the desire to go on a granite car from ennesino mishap of a long and painful recovery, has become an issue that has highlighted a critical issue that was already in place due to failure of bone calcification and, therefore, was faced and overcome.

Robert was not cast: thanks to a brace exterior has freedom of movement. And if you want to find a piece of news is the confirmation that if Kubica is not yet a pilot, at least, is back to being a driver. The Pole almost a month driving the Renault Megane with automatic transmission.

The right hand grip, one that had been horribly injured in the incident of the Ronde of Albenga, the rally played with Skoda Fabia, improves and allows the polish to move in traffic, capturing another piece of independent life.

Kubica believes: and how! Devotes almost five hours a day to physiotherapy and the full commitment has never failed: flexion and extension of the right arm is already back to normal, while there is still work on the torsion. Robert and Daniel Morelli, the manager who is following him step by step (it is appropriate to say …), is pursuing a plan of 90 days with the doctors who have treated the last tormented years. At the end of April you should understand clearly what will be the fate of the pilot.

Until recently it seemed that the simulator was not a step to put in the bill, and now Robert is considering the opportunity to take advantage of this tool to see if his recovery is likely to go back to being the pilot who has always been competitive .

The former pilot of Lotus Renault does not want half-measures or back to 100% of its potential or not you will never see the track in Formula 1. The determination that drives him to overcome all obstacles, along with a growing mood, after a rather tormented, they hope that the worst is finally behind us.

The hope is to hop on the Ferrari F10 that the Prancing Horse team will devote to the development of the new turbocharged 1.6-liter V6 engine that will debut in 2014. A car “hybrid” which will be managed by Ferrari Formula 1 customers and will not be subject to the constraints of the test ban. Robert, in short, would be a good opportunity to evaluate without too much pressure on me what will be the degree of its shape.

The program, which was starting in April, it was only delayed in time: the turbo should be ready to start shooting on the track in June. Kubica in time to see the red car. Stefano Domenicali had already bet on the Polish and certainly would have been next to Alonso this year had he not had the bloody incident in Liguria.

Thank Felipe Massa takes advantage of another year by Ferrari, but the Brazilian can not sleep soundly, because the shadow of the Pole lies. And only time will tell what the future holds for Robert. Dreams sometimes come true. The important thing is to believe.

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