The Frenchman revealed the news on Tuesday morning on social media, although details of the incident and exactly what happened remain scarce.
Loubet drove selected laps of the WRC for Hyundai’s 2C Competition Team and shared the car with Oliver Solberg throughout the season.
The 24-year-old was slated to be part of a five-car Hyundai outing for Rally Spain later this month, teaming up with Thierry Neuville, Ott Tanak, Dani Sordo and Solberg. It is unclear whether Loubet was part of Hyundai’s driver plans for the WRC season finale at Rally Monza from November 18-21.
“Small plan change for the end of the season: end rehab instead of WRC season,” it says on his social media.
“You’re going to say, ohhh no luck!” Believe me, I think I’m lucky to get out with a simple broken hip after being hit by a car.
“Definitely a pretty difficult year in every way. But what doesn’t kill makes it stronger and I’m already looking forward to the next year so that I can fight and express my potential. “
The best result of the 2019 WRC2 champion this season came from the Rally Estonia, where he finished seventh. However, his campaign was largely riddled with incidents and was absent from Rally Finland last weekend.
He made his top division WRC debut last year after playing three of the six laps in a COVID-19-affected campaign. The seventh place at the Rally Sardinia after failures in Estonia and Turkey was the highlight of his engagements at 2C Competition.
Loubet will now focus on recovery for the 2022 season, although his plans for the next season have yet to be confirmed.
The WRC continues with a trip on Spain’s asphalt roads from October 14th to 17th for the penultimate round of the championship.
Seven-time world champion Sebastien Ogier leads the overall standings with a reduced margin of 24 points over Elfyn Evans, who won in Finland last weekend.