KCB forks out Sh20m in fresh KNRC Series sponsorship deal

From left: KCB marketing and communications director Angela Mwirigi, Kenya Motor Sports Federation chairman Phineas Kimathi and Sports Cabinet Administrative Secretary Hassan Noor Hassan hold a dummy cheque for Sh25 million sponsorship given by KCB for local motorsports for the 2020 season on February 5, 2020. PHOTO | SILA KIPLAGAT |

What you need to know:

  • The Rai brothers, Tejveer and Onkar will be behind the wheels of the Polos seeded third and sixth, respectively. Baldev Chager and Ravi Soni, the reigning National and Safari Rally Champions, are seeded number seven in their Mitsubishi Lancer EvoX.
  • The seeding list of the top eight drivers is based on each of the top eight finishers from the previous overall championship of the KNRC (in this case from end of 2019).

Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) has renewed its partnership with the Kenya National Rally Championship (KNRC) with a package of Sh20 million for this year’s Series.


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