Maxine Wahome is the first Kenyan female WRC3 winner
Maxine Wahome created history by becoming the first Kenyan female to win a WRC support championship round, taking out WRC3 victory on home soil at Safari Rally Kenya. After Sunday’s opening test was canceled, the 26-year-old produced five error-free stages to head the all-Ford Fiesta Rally3 field by 25min 27sec over second-placed Jeremy Wahome. FIA Junior WRC regular Mcrae Kimathi rounded out the all-Kenyan podium over 10 minutes behind at the end of a brutal event that forced every driver into retirement at least once.
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