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WRC Safari Rally Itinerary Out, 18 Stages of thrill await competitors.


By Maxwel Baba

The organizers of WRC Safari Rally 2020 have officially published route details of what might be the world’s most challenging rally with 18 special stages 315.12kms which will take place from 16th to 19th July 2020.

The rally will take place in the great rift Valley and will go through various terrains and sceneries, unveiling Kenya’s breath-taking scenery, within the areas of Naivasha and Elementaita 90km west of capital Nairobi with the planned service park at KWS (Kenya wildlife service training institute).

The route, which was published today, kicks off with the Kasarani head to head super special stage in the outskirts of Nairobi, ends with the brand new Hells-gate stage which is introduced this year. Hells gate stage will also double as the power stage And it has a mind blowing viewing points for spectators,

Here is the onboard footage of new Hells-gate stage.

The legendary Kendog, one of the most toughest stages of safari Rally also make it to the route program with some revisions Kedong has been made shorter from 38.53km of last year to 33.43kms.

Another new safari rally stage that makes the WRC SafariRally Itinerary is Chui lodge Stage is situated within Oseregoni conservancy estates. Chui have never been used as a Rally special stage before.

This 13-kilometer gravel stage is full of zebras very narrow and trick stage.

Onboard Footage of new Chui Lodge stage