WRC Safari Rally finally made its grand return to our home soil in 2021, a development that was wildly received by various sports stakeholders. The comeback meant that once again we would get an opportunity to feel the roar of the turbocharged machines crisscrossing our Kenyan gravel. KCB Bank Kenya marked the return of the legendary WRC Safari Rally with a 3-year deal worth KShs. 250million. This was as follows— KShs. 50million for the candidate event in 2019 and KShs. 200milion for the main events for 2021 and 2022. Through our partnership with Safari Rally Kenya Ltd, we have been able to give a boost to the sport by injecting KShs.100 million cash sponsorship to this year’s rally and another KShs. 9million sponsorship for two local Kenyan drivers, Nikhil Sachania and Evans Kavisi who will be participating in the world showpiece event.
KCB Bank is proud to have been part of the journey in the growth of motorsports in Kenya as one of the biggest sponsors over the past two decades.


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