Safari Rally attracts attention of top racing teams

What you need to know:

  • This year’s Safari Rally, which will feature 51 crews, will be flagged off at Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani, on July 5 from 11am.
  • Cars will then head to the Super Special Stage on a head-to-head competition of two drivers in the 4.5km stage.
  • They will then head to the 12km Gatamaiyo Forest stage via Thika Super Highway and pass through Exit 14 onto Kenyatta Road.

South Korean multinational automotive manufacturer Hyundai and England-based auto racing team M-Sport will send officials to Kenya in time for the reconnaissance of the 2019 Safari Rally next week.


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