Britain's former World Rally Champion Colin McRae, jets out of Majorca this afternoon aboard his new private jet for a spot of skiing in Verbier before he gets back into race action at the Portuguese Rally. McRae, who has been using the north east of the island as his base during the European leg of the world rally championship has spent the past few days house hunting in the area around Pollensa, but he says on his official website “we're struggling to find something, probably because there are too many options, but it's fun looking anyway,” he says. Rumour has it that he has been enjoying a spot of house hunting from the air in his helicopter. It is in the Port of Pollensa where the Scottish rally star has his Fairline yacht moored, so he is likely to opt for a secluded pad near the port. But while in Majorca, the rally driver, also, has to keep up with his training programme. The afternoon's may have been spent house hunting, but the mornings have been spent cycling. But McRae, who finished ninth in his Ford Focus in the Rally of Sweden, the second of the new season the week before last will be able to be close to his Majorcan base for the next few months.