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.
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.
The signs are clear that this year’s world-record-breaking Formula 4 SEA Championship season - fueled by Petron - will draw to a dramatic conclusion at the Sepang International Circuit from Dec 13-15.
SEPANG (25th November 2019) – Ireland’s Lucca Allen emerged the big winner when he dominated proceedings with three victories in Event 9 of the FIA Formula 4 SEA Championship - fueled by Petron - at the Sepang International Circuit yesterday.
SEPANG: Finland's Elias Seppanen worked his way to the top of the podium for a deserving victory in Race 4 of the FIA Formula 4 SEA Championship - fueled by Petron - at the Sepang International Circuit today.Finnish driver Seppanen and Lucca Allen of Ireland were caught in a massive battle all the way to the very end. Seppanen delivered a solid performance to defend his position and emerge victorious.
SEPANG: Ireland's Lucca Allen launched a stunning comeback to seal his third win of the week in Race 3 of the FIA Formula 4 SEA Championship - fueled by Petron - at the Sepang International Circuit today.Allen, winner of Race 1 yesterday and Race 2 earlier this morning, worked his way from the back row to eventually claim the top spot today.
SEPANG (Nov 24, 2019) - Ireland's Lucca Allen capitalised on a storming start to win Race 2 of the FIA Formula 4 SEA Championship - fueled by Petron - at the Sepang International Circuit today.It was Allen's second successive victory here after claiming the opening race yesterday. Allen, from eighth on the grid, had a massive start and quickly moved into fourth. By the end of the first lap, he snatched the lead which he held on to until the end.
Lucca Allen got a fantastic start in race 33. The sizzling Irishman filed in behind Elias Seppanen, blocking Muizz Musyaffa from making a move, before taking the outside line at T1 in a bid to dive up the inside at T2. The action up front was just ahead of the battle for fourth between Fred Peters and Luke Thompson.
It has been an action-packed season so far but the best is yet to come as the FIA Formula 4 SEA (F4 SEA) Championship fueled by Petron will conclude with a grand finale, featuring the last two rounds at the Sepang Circuit, in November and December.Event 9 and Event 10, with four races each on Nov 22-24 and Dec 13-15, will bring the curtains down on a world record-breaking season of 40 races. No other F4 Championship to date has featured as many races in a single season.
Formula 4 SEA – fuelled by Petron – 29 September 2019 Elias Seppanen had a truly fantastic weekend here at the Sepang International Circuit in Malaysia, supporting the Malaysian Championship Series from the 27-29 September.The Finn won three out of four races of the eighth event in the 10-event 40-race 2019 F4 SEA Championship, putting himself in first overall in the weekend ahead of the Malaysian Rocket Muizz Musyaffa.
Race 32 put Elias Seppanen back on pole. The Fiery Finn lined up alongside the man who would be his main competition for the championship, Lucca Allen. Seppanen got away well, with Allen hot on his heels while Muizz Musyaffa blocked out the rest of the grid.
Race 31 was back to a standing start and it was a welcome sight to see the pack lined up under the red lights on Sunday morning. Sneha Sharma was on pole in her purple number 9, with the entire grid on slicks in damp conditions.
Race 30 was a rolling start again, continuing the trend from the morning race, but this time with a reverse grid and newcomer John Dizon on pole! John led the pack down into the first corner for the Philippines while Muizz blocked out Elias. Simultaneously Fred and Nico went either side of Sneha squeezing her out while Lucca went all the way around the outside into fourth and Muizz pinched a spot through T2.
Race 29 saw a slight change to the start procedure with the circuit opting for a rolling start after a small issue with the starting lights. The Fiery Finn wasn’t about to let that ruin his day and put his foot to the floor coming out of turn 15, with the sizzling Irishman hot on his heels.
Formula 4 SEA – fueled by Petron – 23 September 2019: The eighth event in the 10-event 40-race Formula 4 South East Asia Championship is licensed to thrill, with several new drivers expected to join the championship leaders.We saw some fantastic racing last month with France coming out on top as Hadrian David took the laurels. But the Frenchman faced stiff competition from Muizz Musyaffa, whose return to form in the second race saw him setting the fastest lap and challenging for the race lead.
Formula 4 SEA – fuelled by Petron – 25 August 2019 A fantastic weekend at the Sepang International Circuit saw the F4 racers put on a display the likes we have come to expect for Formula 4. The 10-event 40-race championship stopped off at the Home of Malaysian Motorsport for the seventh event in the season and it was something to watch.
A fantastic start saw 3 red streaks on our screen as Hadrian, Josh and Elias sped around turn 1 at the Sepang International Circuit for the 28th race! The procession filed through the first sequence of corners, with all of us wondering who would be the first to make a move.
It was a wet morning for race 27 here in the Sepang International Circuit. The reverse grid put Sharma on pole ahead of Thompson and Shoji. The Irishman went around the outside of Sneha through turn 1 as Hadrian and Shihab went three wide with Fred, who had found his way into third. The Frenchman took the outside line through the corner and for a second it looked like he didn’t carry enough speed, but then he dived up the inside of T2 and surged into third, with Fred in fourth and Shihab a close fifth.