The East African Safari -- one of the toughest and fastest motor car rallies in the world.
LV PAN Tom Trana passe camera in Saab No. 20.
SV Bjorn Waldeggard (leading) through mud in his Porsche No. 33
LV Hannu Mikkola (in second place) in his British Ford Escort No. 8
SV Edgar Herrman (in third place) through mud in Japanese Datsun No. 11
SV PAN Blomqvist passes in his Saab No. 4
SV Ake Anderson in PORSCHE No. 1.
SV Robin Ulyate passes in BMV No. 6
Robin Hillyar passes in Ford Escort No. 3
LV PAN Roger Clark passes in British Ford Escort No. 25
SV car No. 59, driven by Richard Barbour, draws up at check point and leaves after documentation
SV PAN Pravin arrives at checkpoint in his Datsun, No. 64
LV PAN Peugot No. 88 passes along road
SPORT: MOTOR CAR
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Background: The East African Safari -- one of the toughest and fastest motor car rallies in the world. This year's Safari, which began on Thursday (April 8) and ends on Monday (April 12) is the longest ever at 3,000 miles (5,000 kilometres) -- 600 more (965 kilometres) than any previous event.
VISNEWS is there to cover the event, and this film shows Friday's (April 9) leg at Ngerengere, about 82 miles (130 kilometres) west of Dar Es Salaam.