Poland’s Robert Kubica, whose Formula One career was put on hold after a near-fatal rally accident in 2011, hopes to return to the track despite still nursing an arm injury.
The 27 year old will drive a Citroen C4 on two national events this month, including this weekend’s Rally di Como.
Kubica, who competed in 76 Formula One GPs from 2006 to 2010 prior to his horrific crash in February last year, is also due to take part in the Rallye du Var in France next weekend.
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