Mohammed Roshanali will make his Safari rally debut next weekend on 17-18th March in Nairobi, Kenya.
The former Burundi and Rwanda Rally Champion admits that he is heading into what could be the most challenging event of his rally career.
He however is setting his sights on a finish.
“Its going to be my first time driving in Kenya. And starting with Safari rally with all that is said about it, a finish will be the greatest thing for me from the event.”
“I will try to push to finish in the ARC required position, but it will not be my priority considering the stiff competition on my first event in Kenya. I will very cautious of my pace,” he told Kawowo Sports.
Gaining the much needed experience will be key for the Burundian as he prepares for future events.
“The competition in Kenya is really exciting and I hope to gain a lot of experience there which will help me in other events.”
He will have a fellow Burundian Jean Jean Giesen calling the notes in a Subaru N10 with