Kubica went to the Medical Centre following the crash for precautionary checks but said he feels “fine” after the crash.
“It’s all OK,” he said. “It’s not a huge impact but of course the Medical Centre they had to, for precautions, do all the tests. I feel good so no problem.”
Charles Leclerc had a similar crash at the same point on the track early in Q2. “I didn’t know,” said Kubica. “A shame for him. It’s the place where you pay a high price for a little mistake but we know it and that’s how it is.”
Kubica’s team mate George Russell is already driving the team’s only spare chassis. Kubica says he isn’t sure whether his car can be repaired for tomorrow’s race.
“I don’t know, we’ll have to for sure first get the car back,” he said. “I haven’t been in the garage. [We’ll] see what we can do.”
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