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    Robert Kubica set to compete in Le Mans 24 hour race for third time

    Robert Kubica, the Polish racing driver, is gearing up to compete in the Le Mans 24 Hour race for the third time, much to the excitement of fans around the world. Le Mans is one of the most prestigious and challenging motorsport events globally, and Kubica has already competed in this race twice.

    In 2018, he raced in the LMP1 class with the Manor team, while in 2019, he competed with the LMP2 High Class Racing team. This year, Kubica will be racing with the WRT team in the LMP2 class at the Circuit de la Sarthe track in France.

    Kubica’s participation in Le Mans is not only an opportunity to win a prestigious victory but also a chance to continue his successful motorsport career. After his accident in 2011, many people doubted whether the driver would be able to return to the sport. Still, Kubica showed incredible determination and resilience to make a comeback.

    For Kubica, competing in Le Mans is another step towards achieving his dream of returning to the top. The race demands incredible physical and mental endurance, as well as the ability to handle different conditions on the track. Therefore, every start in Le Mans is not only a competition but also an incredibly intense adventure for drivers.

    Le Mans 24 Hour race

    The Le Mans 24 Hour race is scheduled for June 10-11, 2023, and Kubica and his team will have to prepare meticulously for the event. The Circuit de la Sarthe track is unique and challenging, as it combines public roads and a dedicated race track, making it an unforgettable experience for drivers and spectators alike. Kubica’s previous experience, combined with his skills and dedication, make him a formidable competitor in the LMP2 class.

    Robert Kubica is one of the most successful Polish racing drivers and has a considerable following of fans around the world. His participation in Le Mans is not only an opportunity to showcase his skills but also a source of pride for Polish motorsport enthusiasts. We wish Kubica and his team the best of luck as they prepare for this exciting event and look forward to seeing what they can achieve on the track.

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