zyphro wrote:stefan_ wrote:I think Ferrari will wait until the end of the season to see exactly Kubica's health status. If Kubica isn't ready, then we might see Perez taking his seat and who knows, maybe Massa back at Sauber.
What's with the Kubica obsession? Okay the guy was great pre-crash; he won't be the same guy post-crash, just like Massa sadly.
Is anyone even aware of the state of his fitness? Being out for even a year with no racing has detrimental effects.
not all drivers are afraid of speed after a big crash....and as its been said before massa's problem are not cs of the crash...if you go 0.500 s faster the chances of getting hit by a spring will not increase and he is clever enough to know that!! massa's spirit was crashed in Hockenheim 2010....his decline started from that point...sadly..
edit: if u remember kubica had that horrendous crash in canada 2007 and he came back even stronger...i believe that the only thing that will determine if kubica will be as good as before is if he has permanent damage on his arm...