„I am grateful for sport in my life… sport brought me up, showed me a different way of living, shaped my character and gave me inner strength."
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DURING A RALLY, YOU ONLY THINK OF THE GAME, YOU BLOT OUT EVERYTHING ELSE..! NO THOUGHTS, NO CHAT, NO WORDS..! YOU ARE HERE AND NOW, WITH NO PAST, NO FUTURE. THAT IS WHY I SO LOVE THIS SPORT..!

Maciej Lubiak has been involved in car rallies practically from birth, as his father, Andrzej, was a successful rally driver. However, even before Maciek had taken his first steps into motor sport, he had been successfully participating in tennis tournaments since the age of 6, earning national and international championships. In 1988, Maciej became Polish Junior Champion, two years later grasping victory in the international tournament in Paris and the Bohdan Tomaszewski Cup. In 1992, he became Polish Senior Team Champion.

This promising career was cut short by injury and he decided to try his hand at rallying. He made his rally debut in 1998 at Fiat Cinquecento Sporting. Just two years later he won the Fiat Seicento Sporting Cup. After this success, he took to the wheel of VW Polo where he won in the A5 class. His successes got him noticed and the young, promising player was mentioned at the Junior WRC. Unfortunately, budget problems prevented implementation of this plan, but Lubiak did not give up and we admired him winning as many as four rallies in class N3 in 2002.

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Maciej Lubiak has been involved in car rallies practically from birth, as his father, Andrzej, was a successful rally driver. However, even before Maciek had taken his first steps into motor sport, he had been successfully participating in tennis tournaments since the age of 6, earning national and international championships. In 1988, Maciej became Polish Junior Champion, two years later grasping victory in the international tournament in Paris and the Bohdan Tomaszewski Cup. In 1992, he became Polish Senior Team Champion.

This promising career was cut short by injury and he decided to try his hand at rallying. He made his rally debut in 1998 at Fiat Cinquecento Sporting. Just two years later he won the Fiat Seicento Sporting Cup. After this success, he took to the wheel of VW Polo where he won in the A5 class. His successes got him noticed and the young, promising player was mentioned at the Junior WRC. Unfortunately, budget problems prevented implementation of this plan, but Lubiak did not give up and we admired him winning as many as four rallies in class N3 in 2002.

In 2017, after a long break, he returned to special stages. He fulfilled his dream and competed in the Subaru Impreza Sti STI again, creating a crew with Maciej Wisławski. In the 2018 season, he began racing with the Adam R2 Opel in the Polish Rally Championships. A year later, he got behind the wheel of an R5 class car, the strongest and most advanced car design that can be raced in the Polish championships – Hyundai i20 R5. After a long break, the experience gained began to pay off. In the 2020 season, Maciej Lubiak decided to fight again in the Polish championship in a small – but real- rally car – the Peugeot 208 R2.

For many years, Maciej has devoted all his skills and experience to his second passion – gastronomy, focussing on running his thriving company Maczfit, which is a leader in the dietetic catering market and also on running the Milanovo restaurant in Wilanów, in Warsaw.