F4SEA goes online

After a successful inaugural season of Formula 4 South East Asia - certified by the FIA – the Organisers Asian Autosport Action (AAA) Group have launched their new www.formula4.asia website, in preparation for the 2017-18 season.

Preparations commence for 2017-18 season

Kuala Lumpur, Tuesday 13 June 2017 – After a successful inaugural season of Formula 4 South East Asia – certified by the FIA – the Organisers Asian Autosport Action (AAA) Group have launched their new www.formula4.asia website, in preparation for the 2017-18 season.

The new F4 SEA website is set to be the primary source of information on the championship with regularly-updated news, points standings, calendar and driver bios as well as a detailed FAQ section.

An important communication tool, the website enhances F4 SEA’s existing social networking mediums, and serves as a platform to host all our media coverage.

We are very proud

We are very proud that our new website goes live today to kick off our marketing campaign for our forthcoming F4 SEA season. A lot of work has gone into the development of the website which will enhance and compliment all our communication and marketing efforts in a more cohesive and integrated manner. Peter Thompson
Asian Autosport Action Group - Chairman

One of 12 worldwide championships in the FIA F4 global format, Formula 4 South East Asia will commence in September 2017 until February 2018, featuring six events across the region.

This most comprehensive and cost-effective F4 programme is the only driver development championship in Asia, and provides young racers with 30 race starts, extensive track time, experienced engineers and coaches with shared data to build their motorsport careers. Most importantly, F4 SEA drivers begin to collect their FIA Super Licence points on this first FIA step to F1 in Asia.

Formula 4 SEA

Is F1 your dream? FIA F4(Formula 4 SEA) is the first step! F4SEA is a 30 race 6 event championship, designed to transition karters to formula racing. The championship focuses on training young drivers while supporting events like Formula 1 and Asian Le Mans.