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Kubica driving '70% left-handed'

Still adapting to the after-effects of the injuries suffered in his 2011 rally crash, Robert Kubica admits to now driving '70% left-handed'. Having almost had his right arm severed in a rally crash in early 2011, as the popular Pole made his return to the wheel he has had to adapt his driving technique as he progressed from rally back to circuit racing and eventually F1. Indeed, Kubica reveals that as well as adapting his driving style, his body, as it recovers, has also adapted, meaning that his left arm is now significantly stronger than before the crash. 'Many years ago, when I started testing with simulators, I asked my doctor if it's possible I have much better sensitivity, more...
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