By Confidente Reporter
THE much anticipated car spinning carnival kicked off on Saturday at Spin City in the northern industrial area of Windhoek, leaving the crowd wanting more. Like any other in the field of sports, Spin City attracted a huge number of people from different walks of life.
The saying ‘big things come in small packages’ came to life at the carnival in the form of 15-year-old Wambo Seun who was the youngest driver from the new school category.
Wambo Seun is currently doing his grade 9 at Academia Senior Secondary School and he says he entered into car spinning because he loves the sport. “I have been doing this sport for the past seven months now and this is the second time I am contesting in the carnival. I was inspired by Most Wanted and I look up to him,” said the teenager.
The young spinner has a vision for his future: “In five years I want to be the best spinner in Namibia. Being the youngest driver makes me feel good about what I do and car spinning helps me get car control for my future games”.The teen is enjoying tremendous support in his endeavours as he is currently sponsored by Monster Energy Drink, Power Flair assistance, J&J Trading cc and MRT Recovery. The sponsors see to it that the spinner has all he needs before going setting the tarmac alight with various spinning stunts.Also performing at the carnival were The General from Botswana, Most Wanted, Crazy Rasta from South Africa and many more who kept fans on their toes.
DJ Two-piece was on the decks making sure the crowd did not get bored and the Matongo Family gave a stunning performance, rocking both their old and new jams.
The car spinning carnival will continue to other towns.
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