Kubica’s condition continues to improve
Lotus Renault GP have released another positive statement regarding Robert Kubica’s condition, after being involved in a high speed rally accident at the weekend, which has left the Polish driver with serious injuries to his arm. The press release said: “Today, Robert’s general condition has once again improved. According to the doctors, the levels of inflammation are in the norm considering his medical condition, and the recovery of his forearm remains encouraging.” Adding that ”yesterday, Robert was able to talk to his doctors and relatives. His medication makes him sleep quite a lot, but he is responding to all external stimulation. He has reacted well to the news about his condition and is ready to fight for his comeback.” The team also announced that Kubica will undergo some more surgery on Thursday in order to stabilise the fractures to his right shoulder and right foot. The Renault driver will then have another operation three or four days later after that to stabilise his elbow fracture too. Kubica will remain at the Santa Corona Hospital in Italy for the next two to three weeks, after which a decision will then be made about where he should go in order to continue his rehabilitation.