If offered, ''I would say yes''
Sebastien Ogier would like to compete on more rounds of the Intercontinental Rally Challenge in 2009.
The 25-year-old from France won the season-opening Monte Carlo Rally in a Peugeot 207 last month - his debut in the IRC and his first
outing in a Super 2000 car - after being selected to drive the BFGoodrich Drivers' Team's entry on the legendary event.
Ogier is contesting the World Rally Championship this season for the Citroen Junior Team, but is keen to tackle as many rallies as possible as he looks to build his competitive experience.
"I liked the experience of the IRC very much and of course I would like to do some more rounds of the series," said Ogier, who won the Junior World Rally Championship title last season.
"If I was offered a chance to do more IRC rallies then of course I would say yes," he insisted.
Meanwhile, the BFGoodrich Drivers' Team will be back in action on the Ypres Westhoek Rally in Belgium in June when a panel of the country's leading motorsport journalists will be called upon to select a driver to contest the challenging asphalt event.