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CAMILLERI TO MISS FIA F4 MONZA ROUND

Keith Camilleri announced that he will be missing the next round of the FIA Formula 4 Italian Championship event being held at Monza during this weekend because of financial difficulties.

After showing encouraging pace and consistency at Vallelunga, Camilleri was not able to secure enough financial backing for this round to be held at the infamous Italian race track and consequently had to cancel his participation.

“It is extremely disappointing to have to cancel my participation for Monza but we’ve been stretching out our budget for far too long and it was only a matter of time. Unfortunately we were not able to secure enough sponsorship in time, and while we will try and find enough funds to at least make the final round at Imola we are now also starting to work towards securing my participation for 2015. While we know it won’t be easy, we are determined to find a solution”, Keith explained.

“At the end of the day, we knew it was going to be hard to make it to the end but we owe it to our sponsors to try and make as many rounds as we can. Having said that, considering that this was our first year, and we got the call only a few weeks before the start of the championship the odds were always stacked against us and it is only with the determination and dedication of a select group of people that I managed to compete.

"As a result, I would like to publically thank Malta Formula Racing’s directors: Serena, Nuno, Marco, Danilo and Roberto as well as the president of the MMF Tonio Cini and my family without whom I would have never managed to make it as far”.

Keith’s participation so far has been possible thanks to the financial backing of Brittania Tours, VisitMalta.com, and Parliamentary Secretary for Research, Innovation, Youth and Sport, Twistees, Chevron Auto Dealer, and TVM.

In the meantime, Keith’s team mate, Zachery Dante will also be missing this round due to an injury he sustained in his hand at Vallelunga.

Therefore Malta Formula Racing will be having Mattia Drudi, Giovanni Altoe and Raghunathan Mahaveer for the line-up for Monza.
 
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