Kenyan driver Carl ‘Flash’ Tundo won the Equator Rally, one of the legs of the Africa Rally Championship,  held in the picturesque Kenyan sub-county of Naivasha on April 24-25.

The event was a precursor to the WRC Safari Rally set to return to Kenya after 19 years on June 24 -27.

In case you missed the action, here are a few of the thrills and the spills… and nature at its best.

 

FINAL CLASSIFICATION

1. Carl Tundo/Tim Jessop (KEN-Volkswagen Polo) 02:34:08.8 3
2. Tejveer Rai/ Gareth Dawe (KEN-Volkswagen Polo) 02:46:17.4
3. Jas Mangat/Kamya Joseph (UG-Mitsubishi Evolution 10) 03:03:32.1
4. Giancarlo Davite/Sylvia Vindevogel (Mitsubishi Evolution 10) 03:06:39.1
5. Hamza Anwar / Riyaz Ismail (KEN-Subaru Impreza GVB 03:10:08.3
6. Onkar Rai/Drew Sturrock (KEN-Volkswagen Polo) 03:11:18.5
7. Jasmeet Chana/Ravi Chana (KEN-Mitsubishi Evolution 10) 03:13:38.7
8. Mcrae Kimathi/ Shameer Yusuf (KEN-Subaru Impreza) 03:13:51.2
9. Baldev Chager/ Ravi Soni (KEN-Mitsubishi Evolution 10) 03:14:28.4
10. Steve Mwangi/ Dennis Mwenda (KEN-Subaru Impreza) 03:15:24.4
11. Nzioka Waita/ Tuta Mionki (KEN-Mitsubishi Evolution 10) 03:17:30.
12. Piero Canobbio/James Mwangi (KEN-Mitsubishi Evolution 10) 03:17:49.3
13. Evans Kavisi /Absolom Aswani (KEN-Mitsubishi Evolution 10 03:18:20.3
14. Ian Duncan/Tej Sehmi (KEN-Nissan 240RS) 03:20:43.9
15. Eric Bengi/Peter Mutuma (Mitsubishi Evolution 10) 03:21:37.2
16. Kailesh Chauhan /Tariq Malik (KEN-Ford Escort RS) 03:22:40.8
17. Geoff Mayes/Suzanne Zwager (KEN-Land Rover Tomcat) 03:41:46.7
18. Yasin Nasser/ Ali Katumba (KEN-Subaru Impreza) 04:08:13.8