Robert Kubica has suffered an accident while taking part in Italy. The Lotus Renault GP driver crashed during the Rallye Ronde di Andora when he crashed hard into the wall of a church in the village of San Lorenzo Testico near Genoa, rolling the Skoda Fabia S2000 car on its roof. First reports from the Santa Corona hospital in Pietra Ligure suggest there are concerns over the arm injured during a road accident in 2003. At the time Kubica, on the passenger seat, broke his right arm and had 18 titanium bolts fitted into the bone. An official statement over the Pole’s condition, which is said not to be life-threating, is being awaited. we keep you posted.