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New-look Safari eyes WRC return

New-look Safari eyes WRC return Kenya’s legendary Safari Rally took another step in its bid to return to the FIA Word Rally Championship today (Friday) when the 2018 event started in capital city Nairobi. WRC Promoter managing director Oliver Ciesla (bottom) spoke at this morning’s start ceremony and flagged off cars as they headed north towards Lakes Naivasha, Elmenteita and Nakuru, around which the action is based. The Safari last featured in the WRC in 2002 but organisers, with financial backing from the Kenyan government, have revamped the event with the target of reclaiming a slot on the calendar for 2020. Traditional open road competitive sections have been scrapped in favour...
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