FIA-F4SEA

Malaysia’s F4 SEA Winners Aim for Home Victory in the Face of Strong International Competition

Formula 4 SEA – fueled by Petron – 6 August 2019: The Malaysian tag team of Yoong and Musyaffa spoke strongly today about returning to glory at the seventh event, figuring their home advantage would give them the boost they need to top the podium.“I am very excited to return home to Malaysia. Racing is my passion; it’s my life! And to win at home, I couldn’t ask for anything more and I hope to do everyone proud!” exclaimed Malaysian F4 winner Muizz Musyaffa.

FIA-F4SEA

Al Habsi breaks the tie to win event 6 ahead of Allen and Seppanen!

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.

FIA-F4SEA

Disappointment for Musyaffa as Allen Takes the win in Race 23!

In perhaps the most action-packed race so far here at the Madras Motor Race Track, Sneha Sharma started on pole. The Indian driver alongside Yash Aradhya for a team India front row in race twenty-three of the season.Yash got away well to pull alongside Sneha at the start. But India’s leading lady closed the door through turn one, pushing Aradhya onto the grass and opening the field for Muizz Musyaffa and Lucca Allen to go all the way around the outside into second and third while Shihab Al Habsi took Alister, both sandwiched behind Aradhya.

FIA-F4SEA

Elias wins race 20 and event 5!

The fifth event in the 10 event 40 race 2019 Formula 4 south East Asia Championship came to a close with Elias Seppanen winning the final race and the weekend. He just beat out Shihab Al Habsi for the top spot, winning three races and dominating the event.

FIA-F4SEA

Elias the Star of the Show in Race 19!

Sneha was on pole in the third race, alongside rookie Muhammad Ibrahim. But the star of the show was Elias who danced past into first by the third corner with Shihab hot on his heels just before the safety car was deployed to recover a beached car at turn three.

FIA-F4SEA

Alister blows past for the win in race 18!

Sneha Sharma got a strong start from second on the grid, peaking at the leader, but Alister did one better. The Malaysia blew past into first through the first corner with the mass of cars blocking out the rest of the grid through turn two and three.

FIA-F4SEA

The Finn Leads from the First in race 17!

Elias Seppanen blasted off the line in the seventeenth race of the season! The Finn flew away with Yash Aradhya and Lucca Allen just behind him. The Irishman seemed to get a better start than the Indian as they raced through turn 1 and down into the opening lap, Allen was all over the back of Aradhya, but the local racing hero held him at bay. The battle though gave Elias the space he needed to get away from the pack and the Finn started to build a nice lead for himself.

FIA-F4SEA

Sky-high expectations as F4 SEA season reaches halfway mark in Madras

MADRAS (9th July 2019) – After four closely-contested rounds, the expectations are running sky high this week as the FIA Formula 4 Championship – fueled by Petron – reaches its halfway mark. Adding to the suspense and anticipation is the fact that this F4 SEA Championship will be making its debut at the Madras Motor Sport Circuit here.

FIA-F4SEA

Allen blew everyone away in race 16

In today’s fourth and final race, Allen blazed away to the title, completing the 11-laps in a time of 20 minutes 59.814s. Smith was second with Seppanen completing the podium in third. Smith’s time of 21:03.404 left him 3.590 seconds behind the winner. Seppanen, who also had one win so far this season, ended his campaign in a time of 21:03.871.

FIA-F4SEA

Shihab makes his way from sixth to the top of the podium in race 15

After missing out on the first two races of the Formula 4 SEA Championship - fueled by Petron - here at the Buriram International Circuit, Omani driver Shihab Al Habsi’s determination and tenacity paid off when he won the third race today.Starting from sixth on the grid, Shihab was a driver on a mission today. After 12 laps, which he completed in 21 minutes 05.783 seconds, Shihab found himself at the top of the podium.

FIA-F4SEA

Allen Prevails in Thriller, Clips Fifth Win of The F4 Sea Season

BURIRAM (14th June 2019) – Lucca Allen and Shihab Al Habsi tried everything they could to outdo each other in the first race of Round 4 of the Formula 4 SEA Championship – fueled by Petron – at the Buriram International Circuit today. In the end though, it was Irish ace Allen who prevailed in the thriller of a race and claimed his fifth victory of the season.

FIA-F4SEA

Allen stays cool to claim second F4 SEA win in Buriram

BURIRAM, Thailand (12th May 2019) - Irish driver Lucca Allen reeled in a stunning victory after a massive battle with Finland's Elias Seppanen in Race 4 of the FIA Formula 4 SEA Championship at the Buriram International Circuit this morning.It was Allen's second win here this weekend and his fourth for the season. Allen, winner of two races in Round 2 in Sepang last month, topped the podium in Race 2 yesterday.

FIA-F4SEA

Australian Race Smith Tops in Sepang

Josh Smith came out on top this weekend with 81 points, to nab the number one spot from the sizzling Irishman by just 4 points. Allen secured two wins to Josh’s one, but the Australia took pole twice and was also more consistent, taking the fastest lap twice.

FIA-F4SEA

Allen wins Race 3 for second F4 SEA win this weekend

SEPANG (21st April 2019) – Irish youngster Lucca Allen took advantage of an excellent start to prevail in Race 3 of the FIA Formula 4 SEA Championship - fueled by Petron - at the Sepang International Circuit this morning. This was Allen's second victory of the weekend after winning Race 1 yesterday.

FIA-F4SEA

Sizzling Seppanen bags Race 6

SEPANG (20th April 2019) - Finland's Elias Seppanen turned in a sizzling performance to battle his way from 12th on the grid to snatch victory in Race 2 of the FIA Formula 4 SEA Championship - fueled by Petron - at the Sepang International Circuit this afternoon.Seppanen, third in the first race this morning, grabbed the lead from Malaysia's Alister Yoong on the second lap and held on to the end to step up on the podium again today.

FIA-F4SEA

Alister is strong contender in Round 2 this weekend

SEPANG (15th April 2019) – Judging from his overall performance at last weekend’s opening round of the FIA Formula 4 SEA Championship - fuelled by Petron - Malaysian youngster Alister Yoong is a strong contender for a podium finish in Round 2 at the Sepang International Circuit this week.

FIA-F4SEA

Yoong to Contest F4SEA

Alister Yoong has participated in Formula 4 South East Asia events during 2017, 2018 and 2019 and has extensive experience in the FIA F4 car. He has proven his ability to win the FIA F4 championship by dominating a number of events over the years. This highly-motivated and ambitious young driver is supported by his father Alex Yoong.