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Robert Kubica has parted company with Dr Riccardo Ceccarelli, the man who has helped him through his rehabilitation process following his accident in February.
Much of the Pole's recovery process has taken place at Dr Ceccarelli's Formula Medicine facility, however, it is understood that following a disagreement as to how his rehabilitation should continue Kubica has opted to seek alternative help.
"We have different views on how to continue the rehabilitation," Ceccarelli told Gazzetta dello Sport. "It will now be handled by someone else.
While Renault (to be known as Lotus this season) couldn't wait any longer for the Pole, instead opting for Kimi Raikkonen and Romain Grosjean, Ferrari is one of several teams watching his progress with interest.
Ceccarelli remains convinced that Kubica will return to F1. "I have no doubt that Kubica will be driving again in 2012, but he needs time," he said. "Nature must take its course, but his moment will come."
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