Maxine Wahome: 7 Striking Photos of Driver Who Became First Female to Win WRC 3 in Naivasha Rally
- Kenyan female rally driver Maxine Wahome stormed her maiden WRC3 victory at the 2022 WRC Safari rally in Naivashi
- Maxine's feat not only made her clinch victory over male competitors, but she also made history by becoming the first woman to do so
- Her impressive performance received applause from many, especially going down in history at home soil
- Maxine was in the news for the wrong reasons after she allegedly wounded her lover Assad Khan
Rally driver Maxine Wahhome hit the news after she allegedly hurt her lover and other rally driver, Assad Khan.
The 26-year-old petrol head made history after becoming the first Kenyan woman to win World The Rally Championship (WRC) supports the championship round.
Maxine came out without errors in five stages to take the lead in the all-Ford Fiesta Rally3, spending 25 minutes and 27 seconds over second-place Jeremy Wach.
TUKO.co.ke showed seven photos of a pretty history creator who brought glory to the country on home soil in Naivasha Safari rally.
1. Trendsetter at the Safari Rally
Maxine Wahome proved that what a man can do, a woman can do better, as she beat a team made up of experienced drivers to clinch the victory in the World Rally Champion 3rd class rally in Naivashi.
2. Speedster Maxine
Maxine's impressive performance is much more impressive due to the fact that she had never ridden a Ford Fiesta in gravel before.
3. Agile girl
The 26-year-old author of the story got an appearance and we're pretty sure her social media DMs are full of thirsty men salivating over her beautiful smile.
4. Dirt is good
Maxine is in her own classroom as she is also a motorcycle fanatic and has participated in several dirt bike races
5. Improve my speed
The driver of the rally said in an interview:
“My goal was just to study the car and improve my speed every day. Wednesday was my first time in the car – I usually drive a Subaru Impreza N12. The only test I got with the machine was on the Tarmac, which is completely different from Safari.”
6. Presidential salute
“I want to congratulate our own Maxine Wahom, you have proved that the world of motorsport is not the world of people, but of humanity; we will stand with you through the ranks of the WRC around the world,” President Uhuru Kenyatta congratulated her.
7. Girl Subaru
Maxine Wahomeu focused her driving skills on motocross just a year ago, riding 2-stroke dirty bikes before moving to the rally, and she had previously piloted the Subaru Impreza N12 in the African Rally Championship.