“Motor Sport is our core business and we will revive it as a way of embracing all the lovers of Motor Sport. It is a very popular sport and we hope all the previous and new players would accept our initiative,” said Mahara, elected to the chairmanship unopposed.
“We are now in the process of making all the logistics so that all the requirements are put in place. We have noticed a huge gap in terms of recreational activities, but we are glad that the club is becoming more and more popular with members.”
He encouraged more people to join the club, saying “We will also try to engage local and international players in motor sport to come here and hopefully, we will host some international competitions.”
Mahara said the Club would soon launch various activities meant to freshen up recreational activities in the city and the Manicaland province.
“We have lined-up special events for our members to enjoy. We are already working on our 2012 work plan that will guide us in improving the affairs of our Club so that it becomes a quality and best recreational entity where our members enjoy the best service,” Mahara said.Post published in: Sport