As worldwide movement control orders relax, Formula 4 Southeast Asia will soon announce a shortened 2020 race calendar with all events to be staged at the Sepang International Circuit in Malaysia. The official announcement is pending approval of the FIA and will be posted on the formula4.asia website and social media, and listed on FIA.com.
After a record-setting ten events and forty races, the 2019 Formula 4 South East Asia Championship was decided in the last race of the season at the grand finals here in Malaysia.
Elias Seppanen is not about to get carried away with another fabulous weekend in the F4SEA when he put in another sizzling performance to emerge as the overall winner.The 16-year-old Finn picked up the greatest number of points in the four races held this weekend at the Sepang International Circuit.
Finland's Elias Seppanen bounced back to snatch the final race of the FIA Formula 4 SEA Championship - fueled by Petron - at the Sepang International Circuit today.The 16-year-old Seppanen, who had to withdraw at the end of the second lap of Race 3 earlier this afternoon due to technical reasons, rebounded to claim Race 4 in 18 minutes 46.542 seconds.
Malaysian Muizz Musyaffa was on cloud nine this afternoon when he defied the odds to take Race 3 of the FIA Formula 4 SEA Championship - fueled by Petron - this afternoon at the Sepang International Circuit.The Kuala Lumpur-born racer was in devastating form as he left his competitors in his wake, recording a time of 20 minutes 58.431 seconds.
SEPANG (15th December 2019) - Lucca Allen hardly faced any problems as he convincingly won Race 2 of the FIA Formula 4 SEA Championship - fueled by Petron - at the Sepang International Circuit today.The Irish driver kept it cool in the light shower and completed the race in a time of 21 minutes 35.700 seconds, comfortably ahead of Sami Meguetounif who was timed at 21:38.798s.
Elias Seppanen was in a class of his own when he blazed the track to take the first race of this week's F4SEA at the Sepang International Circuit today.After dominating free practice and then taking pole at the end of an exhilarating qualifying round, the Finn showed that he will be the man to beat as he raced to a spectacular finish in a time of 20 minutes 24.035seconds.
Qatar-based Omar Aswat is a young motorsport enthusiast with huge potential to become a professional in his chosen field. However Omar is about to enter university in September 2020 and will have to juggle his motorsport career with studying for a business degree.