In recent days we could read statements about Robert Kubica from various sources - Daniele Morelli, Gerard Lopez and Eric Boullier. Now Pole's personal physician, who oversees the entire process of rehabilitation, Riccardo Ceccarelli said some good news about Kubica. According to the Italian Robert will surely come back to racing next year, and his debut in F1 car will take place between November and January. Kubica doesn`t drive a car yet, because its broken in two places right leg has external stabilizer. It will be soon removed, but there is no hurry to make this surgery. Ceccarelli also revealed more details about injuries of Polish driver.
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Finally, we got concrete information concerning the physical and mental state of Robert Kubica. Information was submitted during the ongoing Grand Prix of Italy by Daniele Morelli, manager of the Pole. According to him, Robert will be able to get into a race car or F1 simulator in October. Robert practices 5-6 hours a day, doing a systematic progress.He can actively use the right hand, and his mental condition is good, though sometimes he is angryg, but as assures the Italian, it is a positive anger. Manager also said aboutthe situation in Lotus Renault GP team.
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Lotus Renault GP announced yesterday that Bruno Senna, who replaced Nick Heidfeld in Enstone based team, will be team`s first driver until the end of 2011 season. This means that - at least in the Renault - Robert Kubica won`t be back to F1 this year. Such a decision was almost sure for a long time, but the information from Lotus Renault GP official website give us certainty in this case.