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SEASONS GREETINGS – NAMIBIA MOTOR SPORT FEDERATION (NMSF)

It’s been a trying time for us as a nation this year, and even more so with our economic crisis. Keeping up with this sport during such difficult times and with less disposable income as your disposal has to be commended. In most cases our sport requires significant cash resources, especially if you want to remain competitive and having been able to award National Championships in so many categories in spite of the aforementioned challenges is a feat on its own, and for that, ALL of you have to be applauded. It illustrates the personal sacrifice and dedication that will continue to grow this sport and elevate it to even greater heights.

With grueling year of motorsport behind us, we turn our attention to the future and more importantly the present. As we are about to embark on our various journeys to our various holiday destinations, I implore you to be responsible on the roads, consider your fellow road users, adhere to the speed limits and arrive alive to enjoy much needed time with your families.

Next year we return with rejuvenated energy, exciting announcements and hopefully a spirit of revived competition. So many of our targets have been reached, but so much more can be done to improve, and we can only achieve this by working together. Inclusive management has always been our motto and we trust we have gone one step further this year in improving on that principle.

The year cannot be closed off without thanking our stakeholders, sponsors and support from our family members. We would also like to thank the media for the coverage of our events, and the exposure our competitors receive for practicing the sport that they love. Similarly, more people were exposed to at least one or more motorsport code this year and this was possible through our touring portfolio and events in various regions of the country.


Motorsport is challenged without adequate funding, NMSF programs are stifled as a result, yet, we are able to produce the necessary results year after year. Imagine what we could do with adequate funding..

Due to service delivery and having had to concede our recipient position with the FIA for the tools of our development program, we have had to postpone this program but we are pleased to announce 2020, will be our year of firm development. As members and affiliates of the NMSF, we hope you will join us as development partners and assist us in expanding our competitor pool with young, eager talent.

To our members, we wish you a well-deserved break. Honor the ideals upon which you base your competitions each year, keep the racing on the track and not on the road. You represent not only yourself, but your teams, your Federation and most importantly yourself.

We, the NMSF, would like to express our sincere gratitude and extend a word of appreciation to you all.

The NMSF Council and its members wishes everyone peace and happiness for the holidays, a Merry Christmas, and all the joy and prosperity for a successful 2020.

Yours in Motorsport

Daniel Tjongarero
President
Namibia Motor Sport Federation



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New Era Reports Feb-Mar 2018

http://www.newera.com.na/2018/02/01/nmsf-crowns-motorsport-champions-at-prize-giving/

https://www.newera.com.na/2018/02/22/drag-racing-returns-to-2018-season-with-a-bang/

https://www.newera.com.na/2018/03/02/slamet-jnr-the-youngest-to-race-the-circuit/

https://www.newera.com.na/2018/03/08/young-slamet-dominates-first-national-circuit-race/


SEASONS GREETINGS – NAMIBIA MOTOR SPORT FEDERATION (NMSF)

First of all, I would like to start by stating that the NMSF would like to express its support for the National Road Safety Campaign and commend all the authorities involved for trying to make the roads safer for us all.

With grueling year of motorsport behind us, we turn our attention to the future and more importantly the present. As we are about to embark on our various journeys to our various holiday destinations, I implore you to be responsible on the roads, consider your fellow road users, adhere to the speed limits and arrive alive to enjoy much needed time with your families.

Our year was not one without challenges but our members, being our affiliated clubs, ensured that the level of competitions increased, spectators turn out increased and most importantly competitors were able to improve on their personal best performances and garner much deserved championships.

This off course would not have been possible without our stakeholders, and individual sponsors. We would also like to that the media for the coverage of our events, and the exposure our competitors receive for practicing the sport that they love. Our member clubs for taking the sport to the people, ensuring that as many regions as possible experience the excitement and adrenalin fueled action that is motorsport. For this we as the NMSF would like to express our sincere gratitude and extent a word of appreciation.

Motorsport is challenged without adequate funding, yet, we are able to produce the necessary results year after year.

The NMSF Council has embarked on a youth development program, this, with the aid of sponsors and development partners will be rolled out in 2018. Progress and Development begins with the youth, they are the future and we have to invest in them.

To our members, we wish you a well-deserved break. Honor the ideals upon which you base your competitions each year, keep the racing on the track and not on the road. You represent not only yourself, but your teams, your Federation and most importantly yourself.

The NMSF Council and its members wishes everyone peace and happiness for the holidays, a Merry Christmas, and all the joy and prosperity for a successful 2018.


Yours in Motorsport

Daniel Tjongarero
President
Namibia Motor Sport Federation

 

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