Ana Gabriela Guevara rejected the statements published by the French magazine Auto Hebdo, about the bribes and corruption on the return of Formula 1 to the country.
"I have nothing to say because I did not do them," said the former athlete after having accepted her protest as head of the National Commission of Physical Culture and Sport (Conade).
In the publication, Auto Hebdo He quoted Guevara: "In Mexico there are more important things; a large part of the population lives below the poverty line. Corruption and bribes left it Grand Prize will return to Mexico City. "
The Olympic medalist denied legal action against the magazine, because she & # 39; nothing to say about it & # 39; has.
In his first days at the head of the CONADE, Guevara already assured that a sporting event in the country, either Formula 1, NFL, MLBit is welcome if it is for the Mexicans.