Former Formula One driver Robert Kubica has confirmed that he will be joining M-Sport Ford's World Rally Championship team in 2014, committing to a full season of racing after winning this year's WRC2 championship.
Kubica made his debut in Formula One back in 2006 for BMW Sauber, and he claimed one grand prix victory with the team before moving to Renault in 2010. However, after just one year with the French outfit, a horrific rally accident ended his F1 career, and appeared to put paid to any hopes the Pole may have had of getting back in a racing car of any sort.
Nevertheless, his recovery was nothing short of remarkable, and he capped it off by winning the WRC2 title (the support for...
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