The worlds toughest rally is here and tougher than ever. Over 50
drivers are in Kenya for the KCB Safari Rally, a three day event that
is part of the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) African
The Safari Rally is one of the world’s toughest and oldest rallies,
dating back to 1953. This year’s rally will be flagged off at the
prestigious Kenyatta International Conference Centre
has been the traditional start and finishing point for the rally over
the years. The rally, which also doubles as the second round on the 2009 FIA African Rally Championship (ARC) is slated for April 3-5.
The element of pure challenge makes the Safari Rally one of the best
and most thrilling events in the Kenyan rally calendar. The dusty busy
roads, wildlife and breathtaking landscapes all add up to a course
unlike any other in the world.
Rally enthusiasts in Nairobi will be treated to a special spectator
stage at Uhuru Park, a must see for rally funs and visitors in the
city. Day 2 of the rally will see the action head to Lake Elementeita.
Day 3, the drivers will head to Stony Athi culminating to the grand
finish at the K.I.C.C grounds.
For more rally updates visit, www.motorsportkenya.com