WRC Safari Rally champion Sébastien Ogier celebrated Kenya and donated more than 2.5 million shillings to the Nakuru Children’s Project and Ol Pejeta Conservancy.
As a token of goodwill, Ogier donated € 10,000 to the children’s project and an additional € 10,000 to support the Ol Pejeta Conservatory.
“we celebrated our 4th season win at Safari Rally Kenya with great support from the locals in an amazing atmosphere, a few weeks ago .
” I want to give something back because this beautiful country has a place in my heart .
“Education is the key to a better future, so I want to support the Nakuru children’s project with € 10,000 and we must do everything in our power to protect these animals. So I will also donate € 10,000 to the Ol Pejeta Conservancy. Ogier said in a tweet on Tuesday. .
Sébastien Ogier strengthened his leadership in the race for the World Rally Championship with a victory in the Safari Rally last month.
Belgian Thierry Neuville, who broke his right-back injury during the first special day of the day was where Ogier benefited from his early retiremen.t
Frenchman Ogier came home 21.8 seconds ahead of fellow Toyota Takamoto Katsuta and Estonia’s third Ott Tanak in his Hyundai.
It was Ogier’s 53rd and fourth season of the season, giving the Frenchman control of his desire for the eighth crown.
The seventh round of the WRC will be held in Estonia from tomorrow until Sunday (July 15-18).