Waldegard clings onto overnight lead
22 November 2011, 14:50
The 1979 world rally champion Bjorn Waldegard maintained his
lead into Day Two of the Kenya Airways East African Safari Classic as
rains played havoc on the Tanzanian side of the 4,100-kilometre route on
According to a Daily Nation report, the Swede has fought back challengers by posting
the fastest stage time through the 37.7km sixth competitive stage, his
first stage win since the rally started on Sunday in Mombasa.
After a very wet ending to Day One run in Amboseli
on Sunday, Waldegard was yet again the star attraction at Mount Meru
Hotel’s overnight halt in Arusha as defending champion Ian Duncan fought
viciously to make up time.
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