Event six in the ten-event Formula 4 South East Asia Championship has come to a close here at the Madras Motor Race Track. It was another weekend of action-packed racing, with the top six drivers very equally matched. But the entire reason we watch these young athletes compete is to see who comes out on top of the leader boards, so with that in mind let’s run down the event standings and review races twenty three and twenty four.
Shihab Al Habsi and Lucca Allen tied for first position in the event six weekend standings. The duo both accumulating 77 points after mixed results. But Al Habsi set a faster lap time in the final race of the weekend. That broke the tie and gave the trophy to Oman.
Elias Seppanen was third just ahead of Malaysia’s Alister Yoong. The Finn narrowly missed out on the top spot, after Al Habsi was just a little more consistent and Allen secured pole and several fastest laps. Alister gave it his all this weekend bringing home bronze and silver, but two finishes outside of the top three ruined his event.
Meanwhile, another Malaysian winner, Muizz Musyaffa just beat out Yash Aradhya. Both drivers expected better finishes but fought tooth and nail none the less.
Mira Erda secured the Leading Lady trophy ahead of Sneha Sharma.