Formula 1 News
01 OCT 2018
Monday, 1st October 2018- Mark Darwin of Tedco Racing has won his fourth Malaysia Championship Series (MCS) crown; securing the premier T Production overall title for a second time, but only after enduring a tense final round at Sepang International Circuit today.
01 OCT 2018
Isnin, 1hb Oktober 2018 – Jangkaan kehadiran lebih 170,000 penonton sepanjang tiga hari bagi perlumbaan yang bertaraf antarabangsa Shell Malaysia Motorcycle Grand Prix 2018, Sepang International Circuit (SIC) telah menjalin kerjasama rapi dengan pelbagai agensi dalam perlaksanaan merangka pelan keselamatan, aliran trafik, logistik dan penguatkuasaan dengan pimpinan penuh oleh pihak Kementerian Belia dan Sukan Malaysia (KBS).
29 SEP 2018
Thursday, 27 th September 2018 - Newly crowned TCSR SEA Champion Mitchell Cheah is back to burn rubber at the Malaysia Championship Series (MCS) to support Dream Chaser Team Malaysia’s dream of winning the prestigious championship, which enters its final and most challenging round this weekend at Sepang International Circuit (SIC). Mitchell who has been up against an international field for the very first time to add has managed to win twice and finished on the podium three times and is currently in the runner up spot with one round to go.
07 AUG 2018
SEPANG, 1st August 2018 – The thrill of racing at night is an exciting prospect for some petrol heads. The smell of burning rubber and approaching the corners at night give different depths to racing.
07 AUG 2018
Monster Yamaha Tech3’s Johann Zarco launched forward from the third row of the grid today in scorching Automotodrom Brno. He came off the line well, defended his starting position and kept up with the top during the initial laps. With a strong and consistent pace, the fast Frenchman fought through the 21 long laps and saw the chequered flag in seventh. After 10 of 19 rounds in 2018, Zarco now occupies sixth of the overall ranking, still well in striking distance to the top 3.
07 AUG 2018
PETRONAS Sprinta Racing rider Adam Norrodin experienced a bitter end to his Czech Grand Prix today, despite making solid progress throughout the race.
Starting from 21st position, the Malaysian rider worked hard to fight his way up into the points.