By Gishinga Njoroge, for WRC Safari Rally Project Gilgil, Saturday, March 17, 2018–THE second day of the three-day Safari Rally started at 7am on Saturday from the Sopa Lodge in Naivasha for drivers to tackle another four competitive stages within Soysambu area after the 31.69km SS1 Kedong’ stage on Friday. The 25-kilometre-long Sleeping Warrior stage and the
Gilgil, Saturday, March 17 2018–Carl ‘Flash’ Tundo continued showing flashes of sustained and brilliant driving acumen in his home ground by extending his lead by 13 seconds in Soysambu 1, 18.75km over hard charging Kenya National Championship leader Onkar Rai and Gareth Dawe in a Skoda Fabia on the opening stage of the 2018 ARC Safari Rally
KENYA’s Carl “Flash” Tundo opened a 1.9 seconds lead over compatriot Manvir Baryan over the 36km Kedong I stage as the 2018 ARC Safari Rally competition proper got underway in on the floor of the Great Rift Valley on Friday. However, Karan Patel and Paras Pandya bid the event a good bye because of mechanical problems.
Nairobi, March 14, 2018—The organisers of the 2018 ARC Safari Rally have master-minded a safety plan never seen in a motorsport in this region with 36 advanced and basic responder ambulances fielded in a distance of 500km just in case of any eventualities. The ambulances with life support equipment will be deployed after every 5km
Thursday, March 15, 2018. It is all systems go for the 66th ARC Safari Rally outside the Kenyatta International Convention Centre when 36 drivers from five countries for a three day battle between man and machine in what might turn out to be the wettest Safari since 1990 WRC edition. Former Africa champion Jaspreet Chatthe