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Wed, 10 Jan 2018 17:46 - Updated Wed, 10 Jan 2018 17:46

FADM concerned about poor condition on race track

Luanda - The poor condition of Luanda racetrack, especially asphalt, worries the leadership of the Angolan Federation of Motor Sports (FADM), alleging to endanger the lives of drivers.

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RAMIRO BARREIRA - PRESIDENT OF ANGOLAN FEDERATION OF MOTOR SPORTS

Photo: ANTONIO ESCRIVAO

The concern was expressed by FADM president, Ramiro Barreira.

FADM official was speaking to the press at the end of a meeting the Ministry of Youth and Sports held with the national federations on Tuesday.

He said he wanted the Luanda racetrack to serve the interest of motorsport, but they encounter difficulties in using the site.

The Federative leader said that one does not understand why they have to pay for the infrastructure built for motorsport.

"We have expressed our concern about the award of infrastructure to a private entity, violating some preconditions of the public interest in favour of private interest, "regretted the official.

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