The bank’s Marketing and Communications Director, Angela Mwirigi has announced that Sh20mn of the total amount will go to the Kenya National Rally Championship while Sh5mn will go towards the autocross season.

Mwirigi has termed the deal as a milestone for the motorsport industry which continues to flourish in leaps and bounds for us to see 18 years of joy seeing the industry grow and help in nature hundreds of rally drivers and navigators.

The rally season which is expected to traverse through seven legs will zoom off this weekend with the Guru Nanak rally opening up the campaign at Stoni Athi.

Kenya Motorsports Federation chairman, Phineas Kimathi has said the huge boost by KCB will go a long way in the successful staging of the events, the sponsorship has kept the sport aloft over the years.

This year will be a huge one for rallying as the Safari Rally will return to the World Rally Championship calendar for the first time in 18 years.