Robert Kubica made an emotional return to F1 duty in Hungary on Wednesday, however is the test a serious indication of a return, or should the Polish driver leave the sport with his star still bright? At 32 years of age and having been out of competitive action coming up to 7 years ahead of the new season, is Kubica just that little bit too old and far removed from the world of Formula One, or can the Polish master rekindle some of that famous magic last seen on the F1 racetrack in 2010? The test in Hungary came off the back of two comprehensive runs in older Formula One machinery earlier in the year, and if nothing else the driver has gone a long way towards proving his fitness and dexterity of arm and hand movement ahead of any potential race return next season. Ending up in position four after the final day of testing on Wednesday, the Kubica of old doesn't look as far away as some might of imagined following his horrific rally accident in 2011. With plenty of seat time now behind him, the question for this weekend is: Is Kubica right to try and return to Formula One, or should the driver put his top level single seater career to rest rather than risk a potentially embarrassing return to the sport? Many of us would love to see the Pole back in Formula One action again soon, however if one thinks more with the mind that the heart, can the driver pick up where he left off in 2010, or is the challenge ahead of Kubica just too big of an ask? Happy debating and have fun people!