Kenya, will host the World Safari Rally Championship for the second time in a row since 2021.
After leaving the WRC in 2002, the rally made a comeback in 2021 with a shortened format that is still one of the most challenging on the calendar. Unfortunately, competitors are not permitted to test in the local area to get ready for the event.
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19 stages totaling 363.44km will be raced over the four days in this year’s competition.
Thursday 23 June
The competition will be opened by H.E. President Uhuru Kenyatta in Nairobi, the capital city.
Fans will then be given a preview of what to look forward to in Naivasha. Following that, the Safari Rally drivers go 100 kilometers to the Kenya Wildlife Training Institute………Read more in www.sokamtaani.co.ke where the story is from