Robert Kubica has not finished with surgery. There must return twice in the coming days: Thursday to his shoulder and his right foot on Sunday or Monday for his right elbow.
But the aftermath of the reconstruction of his right forearm is encouraging."According to doctors, the levels of inflammation are the norm in the light of his health and recovery of his forearm is encouraging, "said Lotus-Renault in a statement Tuesday."His medications do sleep a lot, but it meets all external stimuli, " it said.Kubica, 26, will remain at the Italian Hospital Santa Corona in Pietra Ligure, near Genoa, still "two or three weeks " before starting his rehabilitation elsewhere, reports the team.
The Polish driver suffered a serious accident in Rally Ronde di Andora, near Genoa on Sunday. A guardrail went through the car, inflicting serious injury. He was operated for seven hours that day.
The duration of his recovery is difficult to establish, but Kubica is "determined to fight,"said the British team.