We are not the only ones excited to get back on the track as Formula 4 Southeast Asia is in the same boat as well. With the Movement Control Order gradually relaxes overtime, the racing series will soon announce a shortened 2020 race calendar with all the rounds to be held at Sepang International Circuit.

A 16-race season spread across four events is being proposed for the 2020 F4SEA Championship calendar and the official announcement is pending approval of the FIA. Peter Thompson of F4SEA also shared that fans can follow the action as it unravels as the races will be broadcasted on the FOX network and livestreamed on their new website and social media.

Graduates from the F4SEA had been seen signing with Sauber and Renault F1 junior teams, and it is the FIA-recommended first step on a professional career pathway. Aside from creating great drivers, it is also the training grounds for Malaysians to become highly-skilled engineers and technicians.

“F4 SEA is producing world-class competitors and I’m convinced that at least one of our 2019 winners Hadrien David (FRA) Lucca Allen (IRL) and Elias Seppänen (FIN) will be a future world champion,” said Thompson.

“If our only achievement this year is the handing over of the champion’s trophy in December, the hard work of overcoming all obstacles in this unprecedented time to produce yet another motorsport hero will have been well-rewarded,” he added.