Robert Kubica made his return to Motorsport earlier this month by empathically winning the Ronde Gomitolo di Lana rally. He was fastest on all it’s four stages.
It was with a heavy heart I wrote about Kubica’s accident. I vividly remember my emotions when I was first informed about it via Twitter. The more I learnt about it, the worse I felt. The details were grim; he was trapped in the car for hours with significant blood loss. It’s no exaggeration to say the biggest threat to Kubica then wasn’t the inability to come back to F1, it was his life itself. Amputation was a serious possibility. But Robert fought, underwent multiple surgies and is back behind the wheels of a car.
Thanks to the breath of talent & remarkable