Renault F1 star Robert Kubica is to continue his rallying adventures with an appearance on the prestigious Monte Carlo Rally later this month – his fourth outing with a roof over his head in the space of as many months.
Polish sources Wirtualna Polska
and public radio broadcaster Polskie Radio
reported the news initially, with the 25-year-old set to get back behind the wheel of a Renault Clio R3 alongside co-driver Jakubem Gerberem when the Monégasque event gets underway on 19 January.
Kubica's recent rallying exploits include the Sicilian Rally Taormina-Messina in November, 35th place on the subsequent Italy-based Ronde Città dei Mille and 29th position on the Rallye du Var in France.
In the run-up to Christmas, the 2008 Canadian Grand Prix-winner was supposed to similarly contest the Rally Internazionale Il Ciocchetto, but the event was called off due to heavy snow. He has hinted at a full-time rallying future post-F1.