Kubica: Forcing the WRC learning process

Kubica: Forcing the WRC learning process

ROBERT KUBICA was super-fast in Monte Carlo but was playing catch-up after a mistake. He explains in his own words why he doesn't plan to back off as he continues his WRC learning curve

Robert Kubica showed stunning speed on the Monte Carlo Rally, despite a high-pressure build-up as he set about establishing his own World Rally Championship team, but he was playing catch-up on the season-opener after an early error. Can he cut out the mistakes and turn his pace into results this year?

Writing exclusively for AUTOSPORT, Kubica explains why learning flat-out is the right approach for him.

It's probably fair to say that Rally Sweden wasn't one of my best events last year. I spent quite a lot of time digging in the snow. This year, the snow shovel stays in the boot.

I pushed hard on this event last year, as hard as I could. It was my first time driving on a snow rally and some people thought maybe I should have taken things a little bit slower and tried to come to the limit more gradually.

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