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Kubica will challenge for wins in WRC - Wilson

AP/Getty Images M-Sport team boss Malcolm Wilson believes that former Formula 1 driver Robert Kubica can compete for wins at asphalt rallies later in the year. Kubica is competing in the World Rally Championship this season for M-Sport, having claimed the WRC2 title in 2013. Kubica impressed at the season opening Monte Carlo Rally, despite crashing out of the event. Driving a Ford Fiesta RS WRC, Kubica won the first two stages on Thursday, which provided him with a 36.8s lead over his nearest competitor. He slipped back to fourth after an erroneous tyre choice left him struggling in snowy conditions on the third stage. Kubica remained in contention for a podium but was caught out by black...
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