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Lotus Renault GP number one driver Robert Kubica is no longer at risk of having his hand amputated, Daniel Morelli, his manager, confirmed in a press conference this afternoon. However it remains unclear whether or not the Pole will recover complete functionality with it.
Kubica suffered serious injuries this morning following a high-speed crash on the Ronde di Andora Rally in Italy. He was airlifted to Pietra Ligure Hospital and taken into the operating theatre around 14.00 hours CET. Igor Rossello is the doctor in charge.
It is thought he should come out of surgery around 19.00 hours British time / 20.00 hours CET.
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