Botswana’s world renowned biker, Ross Branch, believes that motorsport can be a worthwhile economic activity and contribute to growing the country’s tourist industry.
The 32-year-old expressed this belief when speaking to Voice Money at the Makgadikgadi Moonlight Adventure last weekend.
“I have been riding for a long time and have got to the age where I now want to promote motorsport in Botswana. It’s my turn to give back to the sport for what it has given me for the last 28-years. I would also like to give something back to my country through motorsport.
“There is a lot of potential in the sport. A lot of young Batswana have interest in the sport and I would like to help them realise their riding dreams. I can only do that through motorsport,” said the proud Motswana as he explained why he and Lola Berrie, a female riding buff, having invested in Muddy Face Events, a company that promotes motorsport and hosts the moonlight adventure which was first held two years ago.