Big shots in huge entry list shows Safari Rally hasn’t lost its spark

Toyota Kenya Managing Director Arvinder Reel (2nd,left) and Safari Rally CEO Phineas Kimathi (2nd, right) and senior executives of the company pose with the Group B Toyota Celica Twincam Turbo car in Nairobi on May 27, 2021.

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What you need to know:

  • It is gratifying to see the Nakuru County Governor, Lee Kinyanjui, rallying the business and hospitality community to embrace the Safari.
  • In partnership with Kabarak University, Nakuru last week trained 500 students in hospitality in readiness to welcome the world.

With two world champions, an array of international professional drivers, capped by a healthy national line up in the final competitors’ entry list of the World Rally Championship (WRC) Safari Rally sinks in the realisation that after 19 years, the world still regards the Safari as the ultimate test for man and machine.

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