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LRGP team boss Eric Boullier has sent his wishes to injured former driver Robert Kubica, the Pole having broken his right leg for the second time within the space of a year. The 27-year-old race winner endured the fracture during an accident at home, meaning he now faces a month in plaster after the insertion of a pin above his ankle.
"Robert has shown fantastic courage and determination in his rehabilitation following the accident last year, and it is sad to hear that he has suffered this setback," Boullier explained on Thursday morning, having ended his ties with Kubica at the end of the 2011 season.
"On behalf of everyone at Lotus Renault GP, I would like to wish Robert a quick recovery."
For the 2012 campaign, Lotus Renault GP is competing with two Formula 1 returnees. Finland's Kimi Räikkönen leads the line-up following his stint in the WRC and NASCAR, with 2011 GP2 Champion Romain Grosjean also on-board.
Kubica breaks leg for second time
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