Formula 1 teams came together at the Jerez test this morning to publicly wish Robert Kubica a speedy recovery - as the Renault driver continues to make good progress in hospital.
As F1 teams got back into action for the second pre-season test, every car present displayed a Polish 'Szybkiego powrotu do zdrowia Robert' message on its car.
The phrase means: "Get well soon Robert."
The Formula One Teams' Association - FOTA- has also displayed the message on its official website.
The show of support for Kubica, who could be out for the entire season as a result of the serious injuries he picked up in his rally crash at the weekend, comes amid more positive news from the Santa Corona hospital where he is currently staying.
Kubica has left the intensive care unit and has been moved to the normal ward following another good night He is now scheduled to undergo surgery to his foot and humerus tomorrow morning, before having an elbow operation on Monday. The operations are expected to last around four hours each.
After that, Kubica will return to the intensive care unit for post-surgery course.
Italian media reports that, if all goes well, the Renault driver could be discharged from hospital as early as the end of next week.