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What is the East African Safari Classic Rally?
The legendary East African Safari Classic Rally is a nine-day rally covering up to 5,000km across Kenya and Tanzania.
First run in 2003, it revives the essence of the original Safari Rally, which established East Africa as a major motorsports destination and built an unshakeable reputation as the world's toughest rally, drawing competitors like Travis Pastrana in 2011 and Ken Block in 2022.
Cars must be built before 1985 and Porsche 911s and Ford Escorts feature heavily. Drivers cover more than 700 kilometers on some days. There is no prize, so the drivers who compete want to win the race for the prestige!
The event is loved by the Kenyan people and attracts thousands of spectators each year, from the local area and abroad.
Need to know
There are 24 stages along the route so to catch a glimpse of the rally, check the official website listed on this page for more info.
Did you know?
The 5000 km route running through Kenya and Tanzania and is considered to be one of the toughest terrains in the world.
For more information on this exciting event, click on the link provided on this page. Don't forget to rate and review it right here and share your experience with the GoWhereWhen.com community!
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