The Guru Nanak Rally finally brings the curtain down on this year’s Kenya National Rally Championship tomorrow morning from the Stoni Athi Resort, Machakos County.
The series start at 7.15am with Jasi Chatthe and Gugu Panesar leading the group of 27 cars in their Mitsubishi Lancer Evo10.
Action will start with a 2.5kms-spectator-stage at 7.18am that will be done three times along the 184kms event of which 152kms will be competitive distance. The next two of the Spectator Stages will done at 10.12am and 12.21pm.
The Stoni Athi section of 57.77kms will be done twice beginning at 7.56am and 10.50am respectively.
The SGR stage of 14.94kms will be done only once at 10.25am. First car is expected at the finish as from 1pm onwards.
Twelve out of the sixteen categories of the 2018 Kenya National Rally Championship have been sorted out. [Standard Sports]