safary rally 2023

If you have come across people on social media platforms like Telegram trying to sell you tickets for the Safari Rally which will be held from June 22-25, they are trying to scam you.

The popular motorsport event that takes place in Kenya every year is free to attend, but there are always some scammers who will try to take advantage of fans by selling fake tickets online.


Evan Kavisi, a tenacious first-gen rally driver took us into his cockpit to show us what tech drives his WRC Mitsubishi EVO 10 and how he controls it all doing upwards of 200km/hr. #Feeltheroar #WRC

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If you are planning to attend the Safari Rally, be warned that there are no official ticket sales. The rally is free to attend, and there is no need to buy tickets from any third-party sellers. If you see someone selling tickets online, report them to [email protected]

This years Safari Rally will start in Nairobi and will travel through the Rift Valley, the Great Rift Escarpment, and the Western Highlands.

The Safari Rally is a three-day event. On the first day, there will be a shakedown stage in Kasarani. On the second and third days, there will be 19 special stages, with a total distance of 1,000 kilometers.

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