Hat-trick European rally champion Kajetan Kajetanowicz is to enter “at least” four rounds of WRC events this year.
He's set to start in Sardinia in a Fiesta R5 run by M-Sport Poland, supported as usual by the Polish national Lotos group.
The announcement does not state if Kajetanowicz will register for the WRC2 category and no announcement has been made as to who will be the new co-driver, after the retirement last year of Jaroslaw Baran.
Kajetan Kajetanowicz (right) and former co-driver Jaroslav Baran.
In his eighteen year long active rally career, 39 year old Kajetanowicz has only entered one WRC event before, which was the 2016 Rajd Polski in his native country.
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