Kenya: Kwale Rally to Feature Strict Covid Protocols

The Mombasa Motor Club will follow strict Covid-19 protocols in organising the KCB Ramisi Rally in Kwale on Saturday.

Each competing team will only be allowed 10 people that will include the driver and navigator and service crews.

It will be mandatory for the members to wear masks in areas such including the Service Park, Fuel Zone and Rally Headquarters.

Rally drivers must also obey speed limits (80 kilometre per hour) during the official reconnaissance of the stages.

The Kwale International Sugar Company Limited (KISCOL) Factory will be the rally’s nerve centre hosting the headquarters, scrutineering alomng with the start and finish of this Kenya National Rally Championship round.

The total distance will be 259.50 kilometres of which 157.80 will be competitive and 101.70 transport. Official reconnaissance of the route will be done between 6am-5pm.

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Ian Duncan leads a list of drivers for the Mini Classic Rally to be organised by the East African Safari Classic Rally organisers in May this year.

WRC Safari Rally Clerk of Course, Gurvir Bhabra, has also entered a Nissan Patrol. Other largely local entries include Ramesh Vishram, Azra Anwar, Sam Jethwa, Raaji Bharij, Kailesh Chouhan, Jonathan Savage, John Rose, Adin Haq, Jasmeet Chana, Baldev Chager and Geoff Mayes.

Joey Ghose, the Chairman of the East African Safari Classic Rally Board of Directors, and his team met last Friday to officially launch preparations for the event to kick off on November 4 at the Waterfront Mall in Karen.