Kubica 'would give all his money' for F1 return


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15 March 2013 by TF1T Staff | M
          

Robert Kubica says he would give 'all his money' for the chance to return to Formula 1 and believes he's capable of racing at circuits like Barcelona.

The Pole, who was injured in a rally accident during the 2011 season, will compete in a four-event rally with Citroen as he continues his return to competitive motorsport.

However he says his ultimate goal is to return to F1.

"I would pay all the money I have to be back in the cockpit of a Formula 1 car. At the moment Barcelona would be possible, Monaco would not be possible.

"I still hope to come back to where I was. I think everybody would like to see me there.

"It's a bit strange, even some people from rallying would prefer I stay in rallying, but I'm coming from Formula 1 and suddenly what was all my life stopped in one second.

"Now I know, I knew it always, but now I appreciate more that there's nothing better in life than doing what you want to do."

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