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The Indian leg of the Formula 4 South East Asia series concluded last weekend, with three different drivers sharing the top spot on the podium.
Chennai successfully hosted a round of the Formula 4 South East Asia championship last weekend, the first FIA-sanctioned single-seater racing event to be held in the country since the 2013 Indian Formula 1 Grand Prix.
Sentul (November 13, 2017): The FIA Formula 4 Southeast Asia (F4 SEA) Championship, certified by the FIA moves to Event 3 in Sentul, Indonesia.
Daniel Cao of China was the big winner in the opening round of the second FIA Formula 4 Southeast Asia Championship season but it was Malaysia’s Nazim Azman who stole the thunder at Sepang International Circuit yesterday.
Akash Gowda claimed further two podium finishes in the third round of Formula 4 SEA at Sentul, with Mohammed Nalwalla ending inside the top five in the two races.
Akash Gowda took victory in Race 2, while Mohammed Nalwalla doubled up after taking his maiden podium finish on Saturday, in the third round of Formula 4 SEA at Sentul.
After a double win on Saturday, Akash Gowda had the lone podium finish on Sunday in Race 4, under torrential conditions in Philippines.
Akash Gowda claimed his first Formula 4 South East Asia podium in Race 3, while Mohammed Nalwalla wins rookie honour twice in Race 1 and Race 4, in the opening round at Sepang.
Indians Akash Gowda and Mohammed Nalwalla will race in the inaugural season of the FIA backed Formula 4 South East Asia championship for the 2016 season.