LONDON, England - Former Formula 1 driver Robert Kubica will contest all 13 rounds of 2014's World Rally championship in an M-Sport Ford Fiesta.It's a move than ends any immediate prospect of his return to circuit racing.The Pole, a F1 winner whose GP career ended before the start of the 2011 season when his car was skewered by a roadside barrier and his right arm was almost severed, made the announcement today (Dec 13 2013).M-Sport managing director Malcolm Wilson "was thrilled".'JUST LOOK AT HIM!'"Since he burst on to the WRC scene earlier in 2013 we have been very keen to have him aboard," he said. "I think we can expect some great things from him in 2014."You only have to look at the way Robert prepared for the 2013 season to see what it all means to him. He has a desire and a hunger which you don't see in many drivers..."The 29-year-old won the second tier 2013 WRC2 championship in a Citroen and competed in the season-ending British round of the main championship. He was awarded the inaugural FIA 'Personality of the Year' award in December 2013.M-Sport said in a separate statement that Finland's Mikko Hirvonen, winner of 15 rallies and four times a championship runner-up, would return to the Ford team from Citroen in 2014. Welshman Elfyn Evans would drive their other car.