The Polish F1 speedy Robert Kubica has undergone one more surgery on his injured elbow. Ex Renault driver suffered critical injuries in an accident at the Ronde di Andora rally in February last year at Italy.
Kubica’s doctor’s expecting now he will able to “fully turn a steering wheel.”
“Thanks to this, the driver will be able to fully turn the steering wheel,” Dr Ruggero Testoni, the Head of Hand Surgery at the Pederzoli hospital, said to the Italian media.
“Previously he was unable to turn the wheel down with his palm, and was forced to take his hand off the wheel for left-hand corners.
“The surgery was preceded by a series of tests in a car simulator. It will take at least one month in order to stabilise.”
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