The world famous Safari rally continues to show the ability of drivers across the globe.Today one of the driver experienced a vehicle shutdown during the competition and instead blamed the road.
Photo: A vehicle on a corner during the Safari rally.
The later shouter "fuck this road" after his vehicle failed to kick off again after being checked at a station. Gus Greensmith's car crashed and rolled at the Soysambu stage in Naivasha. Later own attempts of trying to fix it failed which angered him.
Photo: Greensmith's car after crashing.
There have been challenges to the competitors during their turn of racing. One of them being the wild animals such as Zebras crossing their paths.
Photo: Zebras crossing the Safari rally way.
The nature of the road does not matter in the competition since these rally is a sign of car tests to various challenging environments. Many of the winning cars are bought after the occasion hence increasing the income of the car brand.
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