Robert Kubica uncertain for the 2012 season ...
Opinions differ as to the possible return of Polish driver Robert Kubica Formula 1 next season. Serious accident at a national rally in February, he seems to have recovered the use of his right hand but it is still too early to see regain control of his Renault F1.
In fact, the doctor Riccardo Ceccarelli who cares Kubica in Italy, keep large reserves to the idea that Robert Kubica could take the wheel of a car next season, and maybe even beyond. A pessimistic comment, soon contradicted by the surgeon who operates Kubica right hand and arm, and is optimistic about the chances of the Poles on the starting grid of the Grand Prix in 2012.
On the side of the stable Lotus Renault GP, it must be fixed at the latest within two to three weeks at this time as four other drivers are in the running to win one of two flying 2012, the incumbents (Vitaly Petrov and Bruno Senna), in addition to the Franco-Swiss Romain Grosjean (champion of the GP2 Series this season) and German Adrian Sutil.