Kenya’s Baldev Chager in a Porsche 911 overcame strong opposition to take the overall day two lead, trouncing American driver Ken Block.
Chager navigated by Ravi Soni had a cumulative time of 05:04:58.8 to top the chart.
“We’ve been consistent and not far off top three, I think we’ve found reasonable balance and ready to enjoy the race,” Chager said.
Baldev Chager, winner of both the first mini classic rally in 2018 and the 2021 edition,
overtook the American driver Ken Block to finish day two with total cumulative time of 05:04:58.8 to
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— Anwar Sidi (@AnwarSidi) February 11, 2022
Day two of the 10th Edition of the East African Classic Safari Rally 2022 started off in Nakuru County and finished in Nanyuki, Laikipia County covering a distance of 451km.
Swedish national, Patrick Sandell, in his Porsche 911 came in the second position with a total cumulative time of 05:07:06.0.
The third place was taken by Ken Block whose total cumulative time was 05:08:56.2.
The 10th edition of the East African Safari Classic Rally is sponsored by Victoria Commercial Bank, Standard Group, A&K, Safaricom, NTT Dimension Data, Kenya Tourist Board, Aquamist, Vivo Energy and East African Breweries Limited.
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— Kenya Tourism Board (@magicalkenya) February 12, 2022