Dipontsho adds more fire burning with car spinning

As the cultural festival of Dipontsho tsa Maluti a Phofung were on the way, the fire kept on burning on Saturday in the afternoon.
More than thousand of residents were excited to watch when the tyres were scratched against the floor in the industrial area 3 in Qwaqwa.
"This is what our viewers must enjoy in the province every week, the good things are happening in the most disadvantaged communities like this," said an X-Calibre driver, Charl Adams from Bloemfontein.
He told Dumelang News that he appreciates the attendance and support shown by the MAP residents. "Truly we are nothing except their support. I also like to thank the executive mayor Visimusi Tshabalala for coming up with this beautiful idea of bringing car spinning in town," said Adams.
In another exclusive interview, The People's Paper caught up with a pink BMW lady driver from Eldorado Park in Gauteng province who said she's here for nothing but keeping people entertained. A 21-year-old Stacey May said she can spin a car even in the middle of the night when she wakes up.
"My dream is to be known around the world for spinning as I visit most of the European countries for car spinning, " said a third-year Law student. Stacey said she's happy to share the ground of winners with men, and she's confident that no men could play over her head in car spinning. "My BMW car lost control and a wheel removed, but I managed to control it in the middle of the busy road until it comes to stationery without any accident, " said Stacey. A resident Thulane Nhlapo (21), said he wanted to be a car spinner since in his early ages. "I am very happy to be in a position of watching them live when they play with their skills of driving in front of many people, " he said. He said he'll keep his dreams of becoming a car spinner alive.

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