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Safari rally takes a step closer to 2020 WRC return

The return of a Safari Rally to the World Rally Championship in 2020 could take a step closer to reality this weekend with Kenya hosting a candidate event. The rally opens with a superspecial stage in the Kenyan capital Nairobi this Friday, before the focus switches to the service park alongside Lake Naivasha – the base for the weekend's action. More than 51 crews will tackle a 14-stage route which encompasses 786 kilometres, 256 of which are competitive through the Great Rift Valley. The iconic rally hasn't been a feature of the WRC calendar since it was last held in 2002, but there is hope it will return next year with an official decision to be made by the World Motor...
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