Motorsport federation welcomes the Budget
The Malta Motorsport Federation has welcomed various measures announced in the Budget yesterday.
The federation said it particularly welcomed the introduction of the ‘V plate’, a special plate for classic, vintage and historic vehicles (cars, bikes and trucks) – a system which was of great importance to vehicle collectors.
Also welcome was the reduction to 0% of the tax rate for the importation of motor racing vehicles to be used in approved tracks only (not for normal road...
New chairman for Malta Motorsport Federation
Tonio Cini has been unanimously elected chairman of the Malta Motorsport Federation (MMF) following the resignation of Joe Anastasi. The MMF Council decided to call an Extraordinary General Meeting last week during which the club and association members present, 13 out of 14, approved the motion to discuss the annual report, finances and subsequently elected Cini, 39, as new chairman.
Representing the All Wheel Drive Club, Cini has been involved in motorsport for the past 16...