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Kubica ready for another new challenge in Mexico

– Former BMW Sauber and Renault F1 driver Robert Kubica will take in his third new rally in succession with his RK M-Sport WRT-run Ford Fiesta RS WRC this week when the FIA World Rally Championship returns to gravel for Rally Mexico. Kubica recently conducted a full day’s testing in the mountains of Northern Spain in preparation for the first long-haul event of the year and while he knows it is going to be a challenge, he is still very much looking forward to it. “From what I know, the stages of Rally Mexico are contested at very high attitudes. This means that there is a significant reduction in power which also influences the driving. This year there will be a lot of long, very...
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