Ahmad Razlan said cooperation between SIC and AirAsia began a few months ago when Asia’s low-budget airlines boss Tony Fernandes told him about his ambitious dream to set up an all-Malaysian F1 team.
Since the government is a partner in this project, I have a few questions to ask PM Najib Razak.
- How much of the taxpayers' money is involved?
- How much is the cost to run the team annually?
- What is the benefit or ROI for the people?
- How many low cost houses have the government build in a year? An updated statistics would be greatly appreciated.
- How can this involvement help to turn Proton around?
- How many Penans are going to be benefited from the project?
- How many hectares of land have been allocated to build houses for the poor? How many more Kampung Buah Palas incidents in the waiting?
This government got nothing better to do ah? What about improving the efficiency of the civil service? What about spending the money to help improve public amenities and public transport?
I hope the decision to invest in the Malaysian F1 Team is not another contribution of the newly and expensively assembled PR team.