Kubica's rally to recovery

Kubica's rally to recovery

Robert Kubica's rally speed is obviously there - in abundance - but he's got to stop crashing. Charles Bradley went to the Azores to get the lowdown on the ex-F1 star's comeback trail

There's a sardonic irony that the very sport that turned Robert Kubica's world upside-down is now his chosen form of motorsport rehabilitation. His horrific crash on the Ronde di Andora rally in February 2011 curtailed the Formula 1 career that promised so much more than the single grand prix victory he has to his name.

With an F1 return still his ultimate goal – and who knows if that will be ever become attainable? – his hobby of rallying has now become his day job.

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