Robert Kubica will be running in the DTM 2020 in a private BMW M4 DTM.
The 35-year-old Polish driver will race for ART Grand Prix, entering a single car, so we get to a total of seven BMW cars this year.
Kubica has most recently raced in Formula 1 for Williams F1 Team, after being out of single-seaters for almost ten years due to his series accident in a rally car.
While Kubica hasn’t raced in DTM previously, he did two seasons for Formula 3 Euro Series, which was a support category to DTM, there is some DTM knowledge at ART Grand Prix.
They helped out Mercedes-Benz in 2015 and 2016 with two cars. They ran Gary Paffett, Lucas Auer, Esteban Ocon and Felix Rosenqvist during the two seasons. Otherwise, they are mostly known in the single-seater ranks, but they were the outfit behind SMP Racing, running their two LMP1 cars in the 2018/19 FIA World Endurance Championship season.
Robert Kubica had his first test in a DTM car in December 2019 in Jerez, and will be back in the car for the first official test of the season at Monza next month.
DTM 2020 starts on 25-26 April at Zolder, Belgium.