Kubica Gives First Interview After Crash
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"I don't remember anything about the accident, but these things make you stronger. I'm sorry to my mother. The fingers work, the arm as well," Kubica said in the interview. "But only after working really hard will I know for sure. I'll be stronger as a driver, in the head. I have to return this year."
Kubica was yesterday released from intensive car and was scheduled for a 4-hour operation this morning in order to stabilize his humerus and foot. And although the Polish driver will have to deal with a long and difficult recovery process, he looked very relaxed during the interview, according to a report released by the GMM news agency citing Allievi.
"My right arm feels better now than when I was hit by a drunk seven years ago. It's a tough workout, severe, for F1 it helps with concentration ... whether I'll still do it, we'll see. It was nice to see Briatore, an exceptional person. Then Alonso, Lopez, Petrov, Alesi, Liuzzi -- beautiful, the track never lets you see the true face of the people," Kubica added thanking for the support shown by the other F1 drivers in the paddock.
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