Get Ready Petrol Heads - Safari Rally Is Back in Kenya!

The Safari is a gift to Kenyans. It will be a break from the depressing news of the Covid-19 situation, deaths, inflation and political noise. The Safari and its attendant fanfare are expected to give the nation a collective lift to the spirit. A high sense of the task ahead has gripped Kenyans eight days before the start of the eagerly awaited rally from June 24-27, 2021. It is reportedly the biggest international sporting event on the continent since the 2010 Fifa World Cup in South Africa, writes Peter Njenga for The Nation.


Mitsubishi's Baldev Chager and Ravi Soni compete in the 22km SS 3 Soysambu stage of the 2019 Safari Rally (file photo).

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