Having contested three minor Italian rallies since returning to active competition recently, Robert Kubica
has revealed he is now eyeing "the track". The Pole has not yet driven a single seater since returning to health, because the long-term injuries to his right arm make full movement inside the cockpit currently impossible.
But Kubica, rated as one of the best F1 drivers through his BMW and Renault
career until the end of 2010, has admitted he has targeted a return to F1-style circuit running in the near future. "When I think about the future, I see myself 70 per cent on the track and 30 per cent in rallies," he is quoted by Autosprint magazine.
The 27-year-old announced that he wants to contest a full-time motor racing series "of the highest possible level" in 2013, with a 2014 return to F1 the obvious next target. But he insisted: "Talking about F1 now is very premature. I'm pretty much starting from scratch. Rallies are useful for the adrenaline and the tension, but the track requires more concentration. "So I want to switch between the two. I am planning a series of tests on tracks," Kubica revealed. (GMM)