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Safari Rally to be streamed live

NAIROBI, Kenya, March 31 – Rally enthusiasts now have the chance to follow the twists and turns of the Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) Safari Rally from wherever they are.This has been made possible through security company Car Track who have introduced live streaming technology enabling fans to enjoy one of the world’s toughest motorsport events from their personal computers and laptops.

“We are excited to launch this innovative technology with support from our partners Galooli ltd that will now allow Kenyans to view the rally action in real-time at the touch of a button,” said Car Track managing director Andrew Saisi.

The rally that kicks off on Good Friday can now be followed by the public by logging onto the bank’s website

Fans will download and installing a specific software accessed via the KCB address:, which is accessible from the KCB website.

“After installation of the software is completed, a login screen will pop-up prompting the user to enter his username ‘kcbrally’ and password – ‘kcb’ thereby automatically accessing the digitized rally route showing the rally cars in action”.

”The new technology will serve to enhance the safety of rallying crews, because every vehicle has been fitted with a transponder thus allowing them to send an ‘SOS’ alert to the control centre at the Rally Headquarters in case of an emergency”, added Saisi.

The rally can be viewed using the CarTrack system in real-time courtesy of iWay Africa, the official communications sponsor of the KCB Safari Rally 2010.

Former national champion Lee Rose will lead a record 71 drivers when the 1000km rally revs off from the KICC grounds at 1 pm on Friday from where they will head to Jamhuri Park for the spectator stage.

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The races will start at 2.30 pm with cars racing alongside each other and against the clock before heading back to KICC for an overnight rest.

Thika will host the second day’s action with the cars going through Mbombo, Makuyu, Kirwara and Kimandi Church.

On the final day, the rally will storm through Kipeto, Kajiado, Maili Tisa and Timbucto before revisiting some of the stages again.






  1. betty lelmett

    April 1, 2010 at 3:13 pm

    i cant wait.

  2. Safari in Kenya

    April 12, 2010 at 1:33 pm

    Safari in Kenya is authentic African Safari experience with huge numbers of wildlife which is spread over the whole country and each displaying own characteristics which is particular to their ecosystem, fine treasures which are well preserved by nature and which is not touched by the atrocities of man kind along with authentic traditional African architecture and food. You can take a driving or even walking safari experience along with horse riding, mountain climbing. Balloon Safari is also can be organized along with guest can be accommodated in luxury game lodges as well. And if you love more adventure and excitement then night game drives where wild life can be sighted at night.

  3. Joy Kamahoro Muballe

    July 13, 2012 at 10:24 am

    yes ma’am

  4. June Jebet Migui

    July 13, 2012 at 11:57 am

    yes ma’am

  5. aron mturi

    August 1, 2012 at 7:03 am


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