The event is a round of the African Rally Championship, an international automobile rally championship run under the auspices of the International Federation of Automobiles (FIA).
According to the organisers, the competition will bring together drivers from Kenya, Uganda, Burundi, South Africa and host Rwanda.
It will feature a number of great racing cars including Carl Tundo’s VolksWagen POLO R5, GianCarlo Davite’s Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 10 RC2, Guy Botterill’s Toyota Etios R2 and McRae Kimathi’s Ford Fiesta RC3 among others.
The rally will cover a total of 295 kilometres across Eastern Rwanda.
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