Motorsports thrill-seekers and fans will participate in the Sikh Union Training Rally ahead of the new rally season.
The Stoni Athi Resort, in Machakos County, will host the Sikh Union Training Rally, which will be an opportunity for drivers and fans to be mentored and trained in a controlled and safe environment.
The 15-kilometer track is expected to host Sunday’s event in a single track that will be repeated four times.
According to theStar, the event organizers hope that the Sikh Union Training Rally will offer upcoming drivers an affordable platform for motorsports.
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In a statement, organizer Gurvir Bhabra noted, “The essence is to make it affordable for the enthusiastic greenhorns. Pace notes by a recognized driver/co-driver will be made available during the signing-on session; digital with a YouTube link of the stage dash cam video.”
Bhabra has also noted that fans can access the Sikh Union Training Rally free of charge, “In turn, it also provides an opportunity to mentor and train upcoming volunteers and organizers. Spectators will access the venue free of charge.”
The WRC Safari Rally Clerk has pointed out that participants will have to meet certain strict regulations.
Both crew members will need valid driver’s licenses, competition licenses issued by KMSF, minimum safety gear equipment, and a rally car that meets all requirements.
The event closes the Guru Nanak Rally as fans of the Rally Championship await the next season set for November, in Voi.