Robert Kubica's road back to F1 blocked by another broken leg
Kubica was taken to a local hospital, where x-rays showed the fractures in his right leg. He'll require surgery to install a single metal screw above his ankle.
Previously, rumors had circulated that Kubica would replace Felipe Massa at Ferrari, though team boss Stefano Domenicali has been quoted as saying there are currently no plans for the Polish driver to join the team.
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