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.
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.
BURIRAM, 9 May – Malaysian drivers Alister Yoong and Muizz Musyaffa, after delivering decent performances in the first two rounds, are strong contenders in Round 3 of the FIA Formula 4 SEA Championship – fueled by Petron - which gets underway in Buriram Circuit, Thailand this weekend.
Up and coming Indian driver Mira Erda began racing when she was just nine years old and after only 25 days of training she competed in the 2010 JK Tyre National Rotax Max Championship. She's been in the fast lane of Indian motorsports ever since. Her first international race was the Yamaha SL International Challenge in Malaysia where she later contested a few events in the Formula 4 South East Asia single-seaters, winning podiums in the ladies class of the series.