The Malta Motorsport Federation (MMF) held an Extraordinary General Meeting during the last week of July to fill the vacant posts of treasurer and vice-secretary.
During the EGM, a number of amendments to the MMF’s statute were presented amongst other agenda matters.
Tonio Cini, president of the Federation, updated members with the work and incentives taken up by the Federation as part of the contingencies put in place as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the organisation of motorsport events by members, admittedly, the biggest challenge that the Malta Motorsport Federation and its members faced this year.
Amongst other matters Cini also gave an overview regarding the progress with Phase 1 of the FIA MMF Young Drivers Development Programme with the support of FIA, and the Gran Turismo e-Gaming competition held online in collaboration with World Pro Racing.
Pierre Sammut, retiring treasurer of the federation read the audited financial report and mentioned some of the projects currently being undertaken and the plans and targets the federation made for 2020/21.
The audited financial report was approved by all member clubs present for the Extraordinary General Meeting.
The meeting then moved on to consider a number of amendments to the MMF statute dealing with the role of Sporting Delegates, Officials and Officers, voting at general meetings and honorary roles. The members approved the proposed amendments.
At the end of the meeting Ruben Galea was elected as treasurer and Dr Wayne Pisani was elected Vice Secretary of the Malta Motorsport Federation unanimously by the members.
The MMF Administrative Council for 2020 is composed of Mr Tonio Cini, President; Mr Jesmond Mangion, Vice-President; Ms Susanne Fenech, General Secretary; Mr Ruben Galea, Treasurer and Dr Wayne Pisani, Vice Secretary.