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FIA Formula 4 South East Asia Championship 2016

FIA Formula 4 South East Asia Championship 2016
FIA Formula 4 South East Asia Championship 2016

FIA Formula 4 South East Asia Championship 2016

F4SEA gets underway as Jordan Love claims first victory

Kuala Lumpur, 5 August 2016 – With the wait finally over, the brand new Formula 4 South East Asia (F4SEA) Championship – certified by FIA got underway at the Sepang International Circuit with qualifying and the first of six races taking place on Friday.

Mohammad Comments Race 1:

Muhammad Nalwalla (IND, Car # 46), Rookie Champion, Race 1:

“I am happy with this result, which is definitely a good start to the season and a positive direction. I was a bit nervous going into my very first formula race, but I really learned a lot from day and had a good race overall. This is a good motivation for me and hope that I can build on this result for the coming races.”

Race 1 Results (Selected)
Race 1 (10 Laps) – 17:45hrs, Friday, 5 August

Pos Car Name Nat Best Time
1 #79 Jordan Love AUS 22:08.127
2 #66 Danial Frost SIN +2.765s
3 #55 Faine Kahia NZL +9.188s
4 #17 Nazim Azman MAS +15.935s
5 #46 Muhammad Nalwalla IND +16.947s

 

Mohammad Comments Race 2:

Muhammad Nalwalla (IND, Car # 46), Rookie Champion, Race 2:

“I am really happy with third place in Race 2! I had a good start and was able to gain a lot of positions. The race itself was about survival because the track conditions were really dusty and slippery. Thankfully I managed it and pulled it off in the end. It’s great to be up here with Akash. It’s nice to be able to represent the country up here!”

Race 2 Results (Selected)
08:15hours, Saturday, 12 November 2016, Dry

Pos Car Name Nat Best Time
1 #33 Akash Gowda IND 22:29.600
2 #19 Isyraf Danish MAS +3.362s
3 #46 Mohamed Nalwalla IND +4.684s
4 #08 Khalid Al-Wahaibi OMN +21.348s
5 #55 Faine Kahia NZL +50.339s

Mohammad Comments Race 4:

Muhammad Nalwalla (IND, Car # 46), Rookie Champion, Race 4:

“In Race 4, the conditions were really tricky. So, I am really happy to be on the podium again. I managed to keep the car on track and maintain my pace, which was the objective. I did not actually have a great start and lost quite a bit of ground but I managed to keep that car on track even though I had virtually no grip at the end!”

Race 4 Results (Selected)
08:15hours, Saturday, 12 November 2016, Dry

Pos Car Name Nat Best Time
1 #32 Presley Martono IND 23:30.782
2 #55 Faine Kahia MAS +0.220s
3 #46 Mohamed Nalwalla IND +22.890s
4 #33 Akash Gowda OMN +49.096s
5 #88 Keanon Santoso INA

 

  • Races : 2016
  • Date : May 6, 2017