I don’t know Robert Kubica personally and I don’t know what his average day looks like, but somehow I think this guy barely has enough time to catch a proper sleep. Because, somewhere out there lies a special stage or a lap that needs to be conquered, time which needs to be beaten and skill which must be improved. For example, this past weekend Kubica joined forces with his former co-driver Jakub Gerber. Target – Ronde Citta dei Mille rally in Italy. Goal – to further improve, but I also suspect Robert wanted to “test” his co-driver as well. Unless this was Jakub’s one-off rally.
As an added bonus, the road looked quite similar to the stages used in Rallye Monte Carlo (sans snow and ice). I hope our Polish friends can share some information about Jakub and whether he really is considering sitting alongside Robert next year. What’s particularly awesome about this renewed co-operation is the fact that this co-driver was in car with Kubica when The Crash happened in February 2011. For now, here’s a bit of Kubica magic, driving Peugeot 207 S2000 in the night.