Kenya National Rally Championship winner Baldev Chager in his Kabras-sponsored Porsche 911 won the 10th edition of the East African Safari Classic Rally with a time difference of 07:43.9.
“It was a matter of judging each day as you see it and clicking together as a team that pushed us to victory,” Baldev said on February 18, 2022.
— Official Motor Sport World Ke (@MotorsportWKe) February 18, 2022
Charger was followed by Patrick Sandell while Ian Duncan was third.
East African Safari Classic Rally Results
1 Baldev Chager(KEN) / Drew Sturrock (Porsche 911) 16:40:11.1 0
2 Patrik Sandell(SWE) / Henrik Bolinder(SWE) Porsche 911 16:47:54.9
3 Ian Duncan(KEN) / Anthony Neilsen(KEN) Rover Vitesse 16:52:49.6
4 Lee Rose(KEN) / Douglas McNeil(KEN) Ford Escort RS 180- 17:12:12.5
5 Philip Kadoorie(HKG) / Ryan Champion(GBR) Porsche 911 17:18:27.5
6 Kris Rosenberger(AUT) / Nicola Bleicher(DEU CL3 Porsche 911-17:26:36.4
7 Joost Van Cauwenberge(BEL) / Jacques Caste CL3 Porsche 911-17:33:30.7
8 Piers Daykin(KEN) / Pierre Arries(ZAF) Datsun 240Z 17:39:06.6
9 David Danglard(USA) / Gavin Laurence(KEN) CL3 Tuthill Porsche 911 -18.104.22.168
10 Federico Polese(ITA) / Nicolas Arena(ITA) CL3 Tuthill Porsche 911 -18:03:07.3
The official results are out pic.twitter.com/509AgyK1GY
— EastAfricanSC (@EastAfricanSC) February 18, 2022
Whilst stage wins don’t always win rallies, Tuthill cars have claimed 19 wins from 22 stages!
Patrick Sandell – 9
Ken Block – 8
Philip Kadoorie – 2
A huge congratulations again to our competitors, our service crews, our competition, event organisers and the catering team! pic.twitter.com/LQUduFXOFD
— Tuthill Porsche (@Tuthill_Porsche) February 18, 2022
The 10th edition of the East African Safari Classic Rally was sponsored by Victoria Commercial Bank, Standard Group, A&K, Safaricom, NTT Dimension Data, Kenya Tourist Board, Aquamist, Vivo Energy and East African Breweries Limited.
The 5,000km race traversed 7 counties Nakuru, Elgeyo Marakwet, Baringo, Laikipia, Kajiado, Taita Taveta and finished at Ocean Sports Watamu in Kilifi County on the 18th February 2022.
Amboseli hosted day 6 of @EastAfricanSC serving up wildlife, fesh fesh and 30+ degree heat, all rolled up in the unparalleled excitement that accompanies motorsports in Kenya.
— Mwangi Kirubi (@mwarv) February 16, 2022
Their Ford Mark 1, 1969 is currently being used to pilot our IoT Telematics Solution, it integrates with the vehicle’s on-board computer, collects information on several parameters that are accumulated & recorded at the end & start of each trip. #TeamSafaricom #ClassicSafariRally pic.twitter.com/0JYpMDd1XB
— Safaricom PLC (@SafaricomPLC) February 12, 2022
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
top the chart. https://t.co/Tw3TfM2Qzi pic.twitter.com/3XoSC49Lom
— Anwar Sidi (@AnwarSidi) February 11, 2022
Here is a short video of Kenyans being Kenyans. pic.twitter.com/nziEtsJuaC
— Mwangi Kirubi (@mwarv) February 10, 2022
(1/2) We have encountered monkeys, motorcycles, elephants, trucks, zebras, etc. on the stages of the East African Safari Classic Rally here in Kenya, but I did not expect camels!! pic.twitter.com/dGhpcXr0WX
— Ken Block (@kblock43) February 18, 2022
(1/2) Days 6 & 7’s stages of the East African Safari Classic Rally were around the Amboseli National Park in southern Kenya. So, we had several transits through the park to get to them. @AlexGelsomino and I drove our @Tuthill_Porsche-built 911 by herds of elephants, zebras… pic.twitter.com/bS4AJv488l
— Ken Block (@kblock43) February 16, 2022
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