President Uhuru Kenyatta [C] joins motorsport enthusiasts at the Hells Gate WRC Circuit in Naivasha. [L] Cabinet Secretary for Sports Amina Mohamed and WRC Safari Rally Kenya Chief Executive Officer and Kenya Motor Sports Federation (KMSF) Chairman Phineas Kimathi [photo courtesy PSCU]

Kenya’s Onkari Rai on Sunday afternoon finished World Rally Championship (WRC) Safari Rally Kenya 2021 as the highest ranked local.

Kenya’s Karan Patel and Carl “Flash” Tundo came second and third respectively.

Earlier, President Uhuru Kenyatta joined thousands of Kenyans in Naivasha at the Hells Gate WRC Circuit to witness the Power Stage Finish of the 2021 Safari Rally.

Onkari Rai navigated by Drew Sturrock during the WRC Safari Rally Kenya shakedown at Loldia in Naivasha on June 23, 2021. [Stafford Ondego, Standard]

The Head of State will also preside over the presentation of prizes to the winners of the 2021 WRC Safari Rally at the Kenya Wildlife Service Training Institute (KWSTI).


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