September 18, 2021
The East African Safari Classic Rally which is set to take place from 10th – 18th February 2022 has received a major boost after the UK Government lifted Kenya from the ‘Red List’ zone. Earlier on the UK Government had list Kenya as a hot spot complicating international travelers who are subjected to quarantine restrictions.
The international motorsport event had previously been scheduled to run from 1st – 9th November 2021 but later on postponed to early next year due to the prevailing COVID-19 travel restrictions.
“We are excited to learn that Kenya is no longer on the UK Government ‘Red List’ which means international travelers will not be subjected to quarantine restrictions once they are tested. This is good news for the motorsport fraternity and as management we are going to work tirelessly to ensure that we give all stakeholders a remarkable event,” said The East African Safari Classic Rally Board Chairman Joey Ghose in a statement.
A full entry is expected for 2022, and the expertise of the organizing team will guarantee a thoroughly professional and competitive event that will cover almost 5,000 km across 13 counties on the country’s finest rallying roads.
Prior to the main event, a Mini-classic rally has been scheduled to run from 4th – 6th November while observing full COVID protocols and free entry fee for all competitors
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