Robert Kubica said he had “no problems whatsoever” as he tested a Mercedes DTM car almost two years since he came close to losing his life in a rally crash
Robert Kubica says he will consider returning to Formula One if the arm he injured in a rally crash in 2011 heals sufficiently.
Robert Kubica’s recovery from injuries sustained in a rally accident last year has suffered a setback.
Robert Kubica will not return to F1 in time for the start of the 2012 season, Renault has confirmed.
Robert Kubica has his final operation on his elbow following his crash earlier this year.
Robert Kubica says he hopes to be out of hospital by the start of next month.
Robert Kubica’s doctor says he is “getting better every day”.
Nick Heidfeld says his F1 return following Robert Kubica’s crash is “Not the way I would have liked it.”
Renault have confirmed Nick Heidfeld will take the place of the injured Robert Kubica at the team.
Renault describe Robert Kubica’s progress as “positive” following speculation about his condition.
Webber said: “I scratched my fingernail compared to what Robert did.”
“Robert is a racer. He loves go-karts, he loves rallying, he loves Formula 1.”
F1 teams make a show of support for Robert Kubica at Jerez.
Robert Kubica is continuing to recover from his injuries according to Renault.
Renault team principal Eric Boullier faces the unenviable task of finding a substitute for his star driver.
Renault have given encouraging signs about Robert Kubica’s progress.
The surgeon who operated on Robert Kubica says it could take a year for him to recover.
Robert Kubica suffers fractures to his right arm, leg and hand following a crash in a rally in Italy.