Muizz - Time to go for the top spot of F4 SEA

Muizz - Time to go for the top spot of F4 SEA

26.11.2019: Malaysian Muizz Musyaffa battled his way to the podium in three out or four races but now he is determined to make it all the way to the very top in the season-finale of this seasonís FIA Formula 4 SEA Championship - fueled by Petron at the Sepang Interna

Malaysian Muizz Musyaffa battled his way to the podium in three out or four races but now he is determined to make it all the way to the very top in the season-finale of this season’s FIA Formula 4 SEA Championship - fueled by Petron at the Sepang International Circuit next month.




Muizz will be aiming for a grand finish to his campaign in Event 10 which features four races from Dec 13-15. In what has been acompetitive season, Muizz managed to pick up one victory in Event 8 in September.


“I am getting closer, three third placings in Sepang last weekend was good, now I have to push harder if I want to make it to the winner’s position. I do realise it will be tough especially with several strong drivers also on the hunt,” said a hopeful Muizz. “The season is almost over and I have to produce my best racing in the final four races.”



Muizz always gives it his all in an effort to get the results. He finished third on Saturday and again on Sunday morning. Later on Sunday, in Race 3, he he probably worked his tyres too hard and ended up sixth. “Maybe I pushed too hard earlier on and destroyed the tyres, and my race.”


But Muizz recovered in Race 4 and tried to keep up with the leaders, Elias Seppanenof Finland and Lucca Allen of Ireland, but despite his best efforts ended third again. While three third placings are a decent result by any measure, Muizz said it was neither good or bad. 



For the record, Allen dominated the weekend with three victories – in Race 1, 2 and 3. Allen’s hopes of a clean sweep however were stopped by Seppanen who held off his rival to snatch Race 4.



Allen started the weekend with a fine performance in Race 1 and followed that up with further wins in the second and third races earlier today. But his hopes of extending his blistering run were blocked by Seppanen.



For his hattrick of victories, Allen emerged the Event 9 overall winner. Seppanen was next in line after making it to the podium in the three earlier races while Muizzwas third.



Meanwhile, the Rookie driver of Event 9 went to Seppanen with Malaysia’s Amer Harris and Frederico Peters of Portugal coming in second and third respectively.
 



Race Results


Race 1




1    3    Lucca Allen (IRL)    -- 9 laps --    20 :16.651    2:14.1 89    7    147 .61
2    58    Elias Seppanen (R) (FIN)    0.370    20 :17.021    2:14.1 53    4    147 .56
3    13    MuizzMusyaffa (MAS)    4.653    20 :21.304    2:14.5 29    5    147 .05
4    42    Luke Thompson (IRL)    8.306    20 :24.957    2:14.3 85    5    146 .61
5    57    Frederico Peters (POR)    15.705    20 :32.356    2:15.6 62    7    145 .73
6    19    Amer Harris (MAS)    28.138    20 :44.789    2:16.2 95    6    144 .27
7    27    Omar Aswat (QAT)    1:01.804    21 :18.455    2:19.3 21    7    140 .47
8    9    Sneha Sharma (IND)    -- 8 laps --    21 :46.007    2:17.6 80    6    122 .23
9    34    Shihab Al Habsi (OMA)                         
10    5    Josh Smith (AUS)                         
11    22    Alister Yoong (MAS)                         
12    26    Hadrian David (R) (FRA)                         
13    17    Yash Aradhya                         
14    8    Malthe Jakobsen (DNK)                         
15    65    Ali Akabi (R) (IRQ)                         
16    4    Emil Skaras (R) (SWE)                         
17    24    Sohil Shah                         
18    36    Mira Erda (IND) (W)                         
19    96    John T Dizon                         
20    33    Muhammad Ibrahim (R)                         
21    12    Shrien Naidoo (R) (ZAF)                         
22    77    A. Tangniannatachai (R)                         
23    78    Nico Pino                         
24    7    Yuma Shoji                         
25    1    Folky Wongsechareon (R) (THA)                         
26    10    Arya Singh (IND)                         
27    46    L. Ozeretkovskaya (KAZ) (W)                         
28    6    Ryo Komikado (JPN)                         
29    18    Abdallah Beshara (BHR)                         
30    20    Talal Beshara (BHR)                         
31    99    Isyraf Danish (MYS)                         
 
Race 2



1    3    Lucca Allen (IRL)    -- 9 laps --    20:23.9    2:14.2 02    7    146 .74
2    58    Elias Seppanen (FIN)    4.253    20 :28.128    2:14.7 57    6    146 .23
3    13    MuizzMusyaffa (MAS)    8.712    20 :32.587    2:14.9 64    3    145 .70
4    57    Frederico Peters (POR)    9.164    20 :33.039    2:15.2 07    7    145 .65
5    19    Amer Harris (MAS)    12.937    20 :36.812    2:15.8 15    6    145 .20
6    42    Luke Thompson (IRL)    23.242    20 :47.117    2:16.8 31    6    144 .00
7    9    Sneha Sharma (IND)    33.901    20 :57.776    2:17.7 18    6    142 .78
8    27    Omar Aswat (QAT)    34.300    20 :58.175    2:17.7 37    6    142 .74
9    34    Shihab Al Habsi (OMA)                         
10    5    Josh Smith (AUS)                         
11    22    Alister Yoong (MAS)                         
12    26    Hadrian David (R) (FRA)                         
13    17    Yash Aradhya                         
14    8    Malthe Jakobsen (DNK)                         
15    65    Ali Akabi (R) (IRQ)                         
16    4    Emil Skaras (R) (SWE)                         
17    24    Sohil Shah                         
18    36    Mira Erda (IND) (W)                         
19    96    John T Dizon                         
20    33    Muhammad Ibrahim (R)                         
21    12    Shrien Naidoo (R) (ZAF)                         
22    77    A. Tangniannatachai (R)                         
23    78    Nico Pino                         
24    7    Yuma Shoji                         
25    1    Folky Wongsechareon (R) (THA)                         
26    10    Arya Singh (IND)                         
27    46    L. Ozeretkovskaya (KAZ) (W)                         
28    6    Ryo Komikado (JPN)                         
29    18    Abdallah Beshara (BHR)                         
30    20    Talal Beshara (BHR)                         
31    99    Isyraf Danish (MYS)                         
 
Race 3



1    3    Lucca Allen (IRL)    -- 9 laps --    20 :31.034    2:15.2 16    3    145 .88
2    42    Luke Thompson (IRL)    2.190    20 :33.224    2:15.9 05    3    145 .62
3    58    Elias Seppanen(FIN)    10.941    20 :41.975    2:15.6 93    2    144 .60
4    57    Frederico Peters(POR)    15.361    20 :46.395    2:16.6 47    3    144 .09
5    19    Amer Harris(MAS)    16.143    20 :47.177    2:16.4 33    3    143 .99
6    13    MuizzMusyaffa (MAS)    17.759    20 :48.793    2:16.6 38    3    143 .81
7    9    Sneha Sharma(IND)    34.316    21 :05.350    2:18.7 71    5    141 .93
8    27    Omar Aswat (QAT)    44.636    21 :15.670    2:19.0 77    8    140 .78
9    34    Shihab Al Habsi (OMA)                         
10    5    Josh Smith (AUS)                         
11    22    Alister Yoong (MAS)                         
12    26    Hadrian David (R) (FRA)                         
13    17    Yash Aradhya                         
14    8    Malthe Jakobsen (DNK)                         
15    65    Ali Akabi (R) (IRQ)                         
16    4    Emil Skaras (R) (SWE)                         
17    24    Sohil Shah (IND)                         
18    36    Mira Erda (IND) (W)                         
19    96    John T Dizon                         
20    33    Muhammad Ibrahim (R)                         
21    12    Shrien Naidoo (R) (ZAF)                         
22    77    A. Tangniannatachai (R)                         
23    78    Nico Pino                         
24    7    Yuma Shoji                         
25    1    Folky Wongsechareon (R) (THA)                         
26    10    Arya Singh (IND)                         
27    46    L. Ozeretkovskaya (KAZ) (W)                         
28    6    Ryo Komikado (JPN)                         
29    18    Abdallah Beshara (BHR)                         
30    20    Talal Beshara (BHR)                         
31    99    Isyraf Danish (MYS)                         
 
Race 4


1    58    Elias Seppanen (R) (FIN)    9 laps    20:22.573    2:14.870    5    146 .89
2    3    Lucca Allen (IRL)    0.430    20:23.003    2:14.735    8    146 .84
3    13    MuizzMusyaffa (MAS)    9.395    20:31.968    2:15.372    5    145 .77
4    42    Luke Thompson (IRL)    14.843    20:37.416    2:16.402    3    145 .13
5    19    Amer Harris (R) (MAS)    26.166    20:48.739    2:16.942    9    143 .81
6    9    Sneha Sharma (L) (IND)    38.482    21:01.055    2:18.319    2    142 .41
7    27    Omar Aswat (R) (QAT)    39.562    21:02.135    2:17.614    9    142 .29
8    57    Frederico Peters (R) (POR)    DNF                    
9    34    Shihab Al Habsi (OMA)                         
10    5    Josh Smith (AUS)                         
11    22    Alister Yoong (MAS)                         
12    26    Hadrian David (R) (FRA)                         
13    17    Yash Aradhya                         
14    8    Malthe Jakobsen (DNK)                         
15    65    Ali Akabi (R) (IRQ)                         
16    4    Emil Skaras (R) (SWE)                         
17    24    Sohil Shah                         
18    36    Mira Erda (IND) (W)                         
19    96    John T Dizon                         
20    33    Muhammad Ibrahim (R)                         
21    12    Shrien Naidoo (R) (ZAF)                         
22    77    A. Tangniannatachai (R)                         
23    78    Nico Pino                         
24    7    Yuma Shoji                         
25    1    Folky Wongsechareon (R) (THA)                         
26    10    Arya Singh (IND)                         
27    46    L. Ozeretkovskaya (KAZ) (W)                         
28    6    Ryo Komikado (JPN)                         
29    18    Abdallah Beshara (BHR)                         
30    20    Talal Beshara (BHR)                         
31    99    Isyraf Danish (MYS)                         
 


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