Stacey Lee May is a spinning queen who wowed Charlize Theron with her skills during the filming of an upcoming Netflix show.


Johannesburg, South Africa – Charlize Theron is the executive producer on a new Netflix show called ‘Hyperdrive’. The show is set up in a competition format that sees people drifting and driving their way to the win.

As part of the show, Charlize ventured to South Africa to meet Stacey Lee May. Stacey is a spinner, meaning she uses her car to perform spins and tricks. She is often seen hanging out of her car while it spins and smokes up the arena.

Stacey started spinning when she was seventeen and said the hobby took over and she became obsessed. She is studying to be a lawyer but enjoys blowing off steam through driving her car.

When Charlize met Stacey, she was blown away by how confident Stacey is in her car. Stacey took Charlize out onto the square and spun her in the car. Charlize loved the entire experience, scream out in sheer joy as she was flung around.

This isn’t the first time Stacey Lee has been featured on a Netflix show, she has previously been featured on the Africa episode of Dark Tourist by Journalist David Farrier.

You can see the trailer for the new show below.

Sources: YouTube / Gas Magazine 
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