It's one-two for Škoda in Kenya. I must admit that I didn't know that Kenyan drivers have that good rally cars as I saw it today in their results.
I am glad that they are doing good in Africa. Africa rulez!
I saw today length of the special stages from this year's Safari and I am hugely disappointed. That's not the Safari that I know from 25 years ago, or at least 17 years ago when it was the part of the World Rally Championship for the last time, back in 2002.
Longest stage is something around 38km and what's that with an old seciall stages longer then 100km each from the old days. That's not Safari anymore.
I know that FIA plays on rules but again, don't push the event back in the calendar if it will not be even shadow of an old event.
Ok, we have one-two for Škoda with Singh leading and Rai 2ns with only less then 13s between them.
Other three cars from the top 5 are Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 10 with ex winner of the event from the nineties Ian Duncan at 5th position. It seems that young guns have better nerves and mental strength.
Tomorrow we have six more special stages on the program and anything can happen because Safari Rally is always extremely rough, even in the short edition.
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