The former F1 driver, who get closer to the WRC2 title after his class win in Rallye de France with his Citroën DS3 RRC (Regional Rally Car), will have the opportunity to drive for the first time in his career a World Rally Car.
The Pole, who fights against Abdulaziz Al-Kuwari in WRC2, could already secure the championship win in Rally Spain before heading to Great Britain in WRC in November 14 to 17.
For next season, Robert Kubica is rumored to join the Citroën factory team in WRC, but also to compete several rounds of the World Touring Car Championship with a factory Citroen C-Elysee.
|Citroen DS3 WRC. (Photo: Citroen Racing)|