Robert Kubica will miss the 2011 season

Life of Robert, yesterday morning, got in a terrible accident on the first special stage of Rally Ronde di Andora, out of danger. Two medical teams held yesterday a seven-hour operation on a damaged shoulder, arm and leg of the rider, and managed to stabilize his condition. Robert was put in a state of artificial coma, but today the Polish pilot woke up, and was able to talk to their manager, as well as parents who arrived at hospitals Santa Corona in Italy. There has arrived yesterday, Fernando Alonso, to support a colleague, but now Robert Vitaly Petrov got the manager Oksana Kosachenko and head of Lotus Renault GP – Eric Boullier. According to the attending physician Kubica, the recovery will be long for the pilot. Broken leg will coalesce 3-4 months, and the hand, for which yesterday there was a risk of amputation requires close monitoring in the next few days, but after that it will be possible to make any forecasts. In addition, shortly Robert coming new transactions on other parts of the body affected. By the way, first came a state Kubica asked his co-driver Jakub Gerber, he was in an accident, fortunately, was not injured. Apparently, the season of Formula 1 nyneshego the Poles will be forced to miss the whole, therefore, to guide the team Lotus Renault is now the task quickly find a worthy replacement. None of the five reserve drivers will not be compared with the rate experienced Kubica. It is possible that as a team-mate Vitaly Petrov can invite Nick Heidfeld, Pedro de la Rosa and Nico. It called even the name of Kimi Raikkonen but the Finn has already decided to act in the World Rally Championship, where he will pilot the new Citroen DS3 WRC . In the video – recording of the first special stage Rally Ronde di Andora from the car crew Mauro Moreno and Corrado Bonato. In the picture we can estimate the feature track and see the position of the broken car of Robert Kubica after his accident.

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