Windhoek Spin City (WSC) hosted a successful Spin Fiesta show to empower youths over the weekend at Gobabis.
The show attracted youths from all corners of the region and some vowed to join the sports code of motor sports, organiser and founder member WSC, Joel Nambahu told The Villager.
“It was a bigger and better show we have ever had in the region because this was the first time we had a show of this magnitude in the region. We left some positive attitudes behind for the youths to be part of motorsports. Motorsports is a very fun sports code and we are hoping to make it bigger and better by bringing it closer to people,” he said.
He added that younger youth were not only there to witness but to learn from professional spinners of the country as well as spinners from the neighboring Botswana.
Nambahu also said that the show would not have been possible without sponsors and the media that has been informing the nation about the WSC and motor sports at large.
“We are very grateful to all our sponsors and the media. Thank you so much for the coverage. The next show will take place in Keetmanshoop and we are looking forward to targeting regions we have never been to as a sport code. I would like to say that the sport is growing bit by bit every day,” he said.
Monster Energy; CBS; Radio Energy; Talisman Hire; Neshe Medical Practice and AA were the main sponsors of the Gobabis Spin Fiesta.