The Mombasa rally will be the 6th contest in the continuous Kenya National Rally Championships (KNRC) series at present beat via Carl 'Streak' Tundo.
"My assumption for this Rally is to develop execution from my last two occasions which I both completed in the 5thposition, I can see a great deal of potential in this race and I guarantee to push more enthusiastically to complete the platform in a superior position," said Jeremy Wahome.
The triplet have effectively partaken in the current year's Rally contests including the WRC Safari Rally, ARC Rally of Tanzania and Machakos Rally that required three weeks prior. The Machakos Rally saw the 22-year-old Jeremy Wahome finish in position 5 while 26-year-old McRae Kimathi completed in position 9 enlisting an improvement from the thirteenth situation during the ARC Rally of Tanzania which occurred in July. Hamza Anwar resigned in the two meetings after his vehicle experienced mechanical issue.
This is the first run through the three are participating in the Mombasa Rally. Both Kimathi and Wahome will be driving Ford Fiestas R3 while Anwar will be in a Mitsubishi Evolution.
The FIA Rally Star program is a worldwide drive that looks to recognize, train, and foster gifted youthful drivers between 17-26 years. The program in the East African district as of now has three drivers including Hamza Anwar, Mc Rae Kimathi and Jeremy Wahome.
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