Robert Kubica will remain in the World Rally Championship (WRC) next year after submitting an entry to the Monte Carlo Rally.

After a tough 2014 season in which he finished 16th in the WRC standings, Kubica was undecided on whether to continue to in rallying or attempt a track return. The former Renault and Sauber F1 driver has not competed in circuit racing since he was seriously injured in a rally crash in February 2011.

However, Kubica announced via Facebook that he plans on taking part in the first WRC round in Monte Carlo next month after submitting an entry on the final day before the entry deadline.

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"We sent an entry for the Rallye Monte-Carlo today," said the Facebook post, published on Friday. "See you on the stages!"

Kubica is expected to remain in a Ford Fiesta WRC, but his team plans have yet to be confirmed.