1974 Safari Rally
The 1974 Safari Rally was the 22nd East African Safari Rally and the second round of the shortened 1974 World Rally Championship season. It took place between April 11 and April 15, 1974. The Safari Rally didn't use special stages at this time to decide a winner. Instead all of the route was competitive - with the driver with the lowest accumulation of penalty time between time controls being declared the winner.The rally was won by local driver, and Safari specialist Joginder Singh. Singh beat off competition from WRC regulars such as Björn Waldegård and Sandro Munari to secure his first WRC victory. The Safari often saw unheralded cars on the winners ramp and this year was no exception - the Mitsubishi Colt Lancer scored no more points throughout the rest of the season. Fiat held on to their lead in the championship for manufacturers through picking up one point for tenth place.
What is 1974 Safari Rally subject of?
1974 Safari Rally is subject of Safari Rally, 1974 World Rally Championship season and 1974 in Kenya.