New Zealand driver Hayden Paddon is ready for some challenging conditions when Rally Poland begins early tomorrow morning,
Paddon says the soft, sandy surface makes it a unique event.
He says it can cut up on the second pass, especially if there is wet weather.
Paddon says they are forecasting changeable conditions and while its nothing too dramatic, it will keep the drivers on their toes.
Paddon is fifth in the WRC driver standings heading into round seven, 75 points behind championship leader Sebastian Ogier.
The Kiwi has failed to finish the last two events.