By Our Reporter
The Rally Fans Club (RFC) members have vowed to forget their past political destructions and embark on their key objective of promoting safety in motorsport.
Founder Joe Burua disclosed this to USPA media in an exclusive interview on Sunday August 9,2020 saying that they will be rolling out a recruitment campaign and sensitization program for fans.
“We are going to revise our constitution before electing new office bearers and get back on recruiting numbers. We shall basically focus on encouraging people to contribute to motorsport, respect safety, practice self-policing and crowd control to beef up safety personnel.,” Burua said.
“We had started the process of awakening our agenda, sensitization, recruitment of members into clubs, outreach programmes before the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown.,” Burua added.
Four years back RFC got setbacks when they failed to get on the same page with the then administration and they were further hit hard by the loss of their home which used to be Sabrina Pub.
“As motorsport became more political, we laid back a little bit and guys got busy. Mostly when Sabrina got sold, we lost our home and this year is when we picked up again,” Burua explained.
Burua believes that they have a lot they can offer as fans if the administrators are accommodative.