In an interview with Standardsport, the club chairman Ian Mahara said they had taken an initiative to revive motorsport.
“We have been receiving a lot of enquiries from motorsport and motor racing competitors both from the province and the country,” Mahara said.
Mahara added that motorsport was their core business and they were going to revive it as a way of embracing all the followers of the sport.
“We have therefore assigned our committee to form a motorsport sub-committee that will deal with the issue. We will together as a committee promote and further the interest of motorsport and motor racing for the benefit of our club members and the sport at large.
“It is a very popular sport and we hope that all the previous and new players will be involved in this momentous initiative,” said Mahara.
The sport has been confined to Harare only for the past few years.
We feel that it can be spread to Mutare. We are now in the process of making all the logistics so that all the requirements are put in place. Mahara said his committee would be working on providing information and assistance on matters related to the sport.
“We will also take this initiative to promote services necessary to secure and improve the safety of competitors, officials and spectators at any type of motorsport event.”
Mahara said the club would soon launch various activities that are set to freshen up motorsport activities.