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Toyota Outshines Subaru At The World Rally Championship

Toyota has shown, proven, and stamped its authority in the Kenyan Savannah land, Naivasha, after a historic 1-2-3-4 finish for the Japanese manufacturer, as they showed their dominance over the boyz trendy Subaru.

Ogier Sebastian is now the 2023 WRC Safari rally champion after triumphing over his Toyota Teammate and rival Kalle Rovanpera, to win his second win here in Kenya. 

The World Safari Rally is an annual rally raid held in Kenya. It is one of the most prestigious and challenging rallies in the world and is known for its rough and unpredictable terrain. The rally was first held in 1953.

Toyota’s Sebastian Ogier and the former champion Kalle Rovanpera were only 9.2 seconds apart, going into the final Wolf Power stage and Ogier had to fight through to the finish with a broken windscreen to claim victory. 


Also read: Safari Rally Kenya: Toughest Rally on the WRC Calendar

Kalle Rovanpera who has won 4 times tops the standings with 139 points, 37 ahead of Neuville with Elfyn Evans completing the top three with 98 points.

The Race has been won, the Subaru boys can only watch and maybe make the WRC fun but off the track. Safari rally is just another journey ‘safari’ now maybe in the coming event without the king of all-weather road, speed, and power Toyota.

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