Tejveer Rai Of Kabras Sugar Airlifted To Nairobi After A Violent Crash At The Naivasha Safari Rally

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  • Tejveer Rai, the son to the owner of Kabras sugar company in Western Kenya, on Friday morning crashed at the ongoing Naivasha Safari Rally.
  • Tejveer Rai is a three time Nakuru rally winner whom Kenyans hoped would give competitors from other countries a difficult time in the race.
  • According to the pundits in the sports, the accident culminates into an automatic nullification.

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Tejveer Rai, the son to the owner of Kabras sugar company in Western Kenya, on Friday morning crashed at the ongoing Naivasha Safari Rally.

Tejveer Rai who did not not suffer serious physical injuries despite his VW GTI Polo rolling several times before it nose-dived at Kedong was flown to Nairobi for an immediate check-up.

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According to the pundits in the sports, the accident culminates into an automatic nullification.

In a video footage seen by Sonko News, the crash saw the rally enthusiasts respond fast by returning the vehicle to its correct position and checking whether the driver and his co-driver had sustained serious injuries.

Tejveer Rai is a three time Nakuru rally winner whom Kenyans hoped would give competitors from other countries a difficult time in the race.

Prior to participating in the championships, his vehicle had been rebuilt and expressed gratitude to the government for allowing him take part in the Naivasha Safari rally.

“It is a dream come true… The difference between the top cars and our cars is a big difference but all the same, we hope to show the international drivers that Kenya has some talent and maybe one day, one of our boys will get a chance to drive the big cars,” he stated

More to follow….

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