The famous Safari Rally was first held in 1953 and has long been one of the most prestigious and rugged WRC events. It dropped out of the calendar in 2002 to celebrate a great return in the 2021 season. Due to the triple length compared to other rallies and many specific pitfalls, it has always paid for a real challenge and great adventure.

Among the specifics of Africa are gravel tracks full of stones and also unpredictable weather, which can turn dusty roads into a mud bath in minutes. The base of the Rally Kenya will be the capital of Nairobi and it will be interesting to see if it can overcome the dreaded Rally Turkey with its ruthlessness.

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