Maxine Wahome dropped from Young Rally Stars program
The WRC Safari Rally Kenya, which runs the World Rally Championship Kenya and related activities, has announced that Maxine Wahome has been released from further participation in the Young Rally Stars program.
The decision was made in light of recent legal developments involving Wahome, according to a press release issued Friday by the WRC Safari Rally Kenya’s Corporate Communications department.
“Following the recent legal developments concerning Maxine Wahome, the WRC Safari Rally Kenya has decided to release Maxine from further engagements in the Young Rally Stars program to deal with the legal developments,” the statement read in part.
The Young Rally Stars program is a motorsports initiative that seeks to identify and develop emerging talent.
Wahome is accused of assault and malicious property damage after allegedly attacking and killing her boyfriend.
WRC Safari Rally Kenya stated that it is dedicated to developing, nurturing, and leveraging talent in a fair and equitable manner.
Wahome was one of the promising young drivers who competed in last year’s Safari Rally, which marked Kenya’s return to the World Rally Championship calendar after years of absence.
Maxine Wahome is set to be charged with murder of boyfriend on March 15.
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