Competitors will have to fight the temptation to treat the WRC Kenya in Nairobi as a regular gravel event. Some sections are so rocky that they must be tackled at a walking pace. It has become known as the most challenging stage of the WRC. Difficult conditions, constantly changing weather, and over 5.000 kilometers of special stages have made completing it a true achievement.Vehicles admitted to the 22-25 June event, must be geared for gravel terrain. Ground clearance will be increased beyond normal standards to tackle the rocky roads.
Car and Spare Parts
SEL will be responsible for transporting Pirelli tires to the WRC Kenya. Thanks to the versatility of their rubber, will ensure stability and high performance on such difficult terrain. Three 40' containers are making their way to the African shores by ocean. One from Europe and two from the Mexico race, all destined for Kenya.
for some private teams SEL will send:
- One 40' container by ocean with two cars + spare parts
- One 20' container by ocean with one car + spare parts
- One air freight of one car + spare parts totaling 2300 kg.
Additionally, we will send a 40' container by ocean to ship broadcasting material.
SEL will handle document preparation, oversee custom clearance, and be on-site to follow the arrival of the materials at the racecourse. All of this will be done while respecting delivery times and the specific requirements of each type of transportation.
A unique event not to be missed!