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.
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.
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.
Ivan Peklin is the only formula driver from the Ukraine and he participated in the French Formula Ford series in 2018 and took part in one F4 UAE event in 2019 before joining the F4 South East Asia championship.
Ivana is a South African lady karter and Formula Ford race car driver currently studying Law at University of Pretoria. Initially preferring horse riding, Ivana, who has a twin sister, only started karting at 16 and her first ever kart race was in Rotax Junior in 2012.
European Le Mans series race winner and current S5000 driver, Australian-born Ricky started go karting at age seven. With ten years karting under his belt, he worked his way up through the formulae, including Australian F3 and GT (BMW M6 GT), with the main goal of generating income to enable him to live his dream of making a career in motorsport.
Like many young racers, Irishman 18-year-old Max has to balance his racing with education. A British Monoposto 1000 Championship driver, and one of three finalists for the Motorsport Ireland Young Racing Driver of the Year award 2019, Max travelled to Malaysia to contest the final event of the FIA F4 SEA Championship at Sepang circuit.
Sami is a fifteen-year-old French kart champion who is hot-tipped by Formula Scout website to replicate the success of his fellow French kart champion, Hadrien David. Having taken part in a cameo event in the F4 SEA championship in 2019, he will join the French F4 championship in 2020.
This young Singaporean karter has been developing his race skills with the Rotax and IAMI karting series racing throughout Southeast Asia over the past number of years. Wahyu is motivated to enhance his championship and participated in a number of F4 tests during the season.
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.
Isyraf Danish Mohd Ghazali was the only Malaysian to be crowned event champion in the inaugural FIA Formula 4 Southeast Asia Championship, and it was his goal to win the second season. The popular driver fulfilled his dream of racing alongside F1 at the final F1 Grand Prix of Malaysia in 2017 before going on to drive with Formula Masters Asia. 19-year-old Isyraf was a guest racer during the penultimate event of the F4 SEA 2019 championship.