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Kenya signs contract extension to remain on WRC calendar until 2026

Kenya returned to the WRC calendar last year with the initial deal in place until the end of 2023. The Safari Rally made a comeback to the WRC in 2021 after 18 years away with Sebastian Ogier and Julien Ingrassia winning. Speaking of the news, WRC Promoter managing director Jona Siebel said: “It’s by far the longest contract we have ever signed and this sends a strong statement. After a break of 19 years, there was a very strong comeback last year and there was a high motivation from both sides to make this long-term partnership happen. “Now we have it. It’s such an iconic event and Kenya is a fantastic country with a variety of wildlife, nature and lovely people with a strong...
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