UK Government lifts Kenya from the ‘Red zone’ list of East Africa’s Safari Classic Rally

The East African Safari Classic Rally which is set to take place from 10th – 18th February next year has received a major boost after the UK Government lifted Kenya from the ‘Red zone’ list.

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The international motorsport event had previously been scheduled to run from 1st – 9th November this year but later on postponed to early next year due to the prevailing COVID-19 travel restrictions. Prior to the main event, a Mini-classic rally has been scheduled to run from 4th to 6th November while observing full COVID protocols and free entry fees for all competitors.


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