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Kajetanowicz confirms WRC programme

Long-awaited dreams of Polish rally fans are coming true. Kajetan Kajetanowicz, supported by his long-time partners, will begin an FIA World Rally Championship campaign at the forthcoming Rally Italia Sardegna (7-10 June 2018).

The triple and reigning European Rally Champion continues his cooperation with LOTOS Rally Team and will drive his reliable Ford Fiesta R5 run by M-Sport Poland – the winning combination during the previous four seasons.

The winter break was dedicated to training and meticulous preparations ahead of this season. While waiting for decisions, Kajetanowicz visited the opening three round of the championship, gathering vital information for the future.

Kajetanowicz’s 2018 campaign will consist of at least four rounds on the world stage, and a decision regarding his co-driver will be taken soon.

Kajetan Kajetanowicz said:

“All previous seasons brought us a huge challenge but participating in the World Rally Championship can be described as a textbook example of a full tank of emotions. I know that many fans have awaited this news – just like I did. I want to thank them for their patience and trust. I believe that they will continue to watch the unfolding events, crossing their fingers.

“The bar is set at a very high level but with the great support of the Polish fans it is possible to fight successfully for the best results. Our team faces a completely new test. We will tackle unknown and new special stages, competing against experienced and fantastic opponents – but, as always, we are ready to take up bigger and bigger challenges.

“Our cooperation with M-Sport Poland continues and I am very pleased about it because I know how much heart they put into our starts. I want to thank LOTOS Group, Delphi Technologies and Driving Experience – our partners who trusted us once again and recognised our result, not just from the sporting point of view. Their support means that this long-awaited step towards WRC became a reality.”