Kubica’s hand may be amputated afted F1 crash

The career of one of the most promising young Formula One drivers was hanging in the balancafter an accident in a low-key rally in Italy left him badly injured and having surgery to try to save the use of his right hand.

Robert Kubica, 26, who drives for the Renault team suffered Sunday a high-speed crash into a church wall and then a barrier shortly after the start. It took rescue crews more than an hour to extract Kubica from the wreckage.

Now, surgeons will fight and try their best to save Kubica’s hand:”“It is a very important and difficult operation” said Professor Mario Igor Rossello, Director for the Regional Centre of Hand Surgery at San Paolo Hospital.

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