Kubica has led all three ERC rounds that he’s contested so far and has set a total of 16 fastest stage times in the process.
“I’ve been pleased with my pace, I’ve won stages and I’ve been able to fight at the top on all three rallies I have done,” said Kubica, who retired from last week’s Giru di Corsica-Tour de Corse following fuel pump failure.
“To come to these events for the first time and drive at the same pace as the championship contenders gives me a positive to take away from this.”
Kubica’s next scheduled ERC appearance is on his home event, Lotos 70th Rally Poland, from September 13-15 . However, he remains open to contesting additional rounds in the Citroën DS3 RRC he shares with co-driver and fellow pole Maciej Baran.