Leona Chin, one of Malaysia’s first female motorsports drivers, is busy unearthing new talent but hopes to continue competing at the highest level.
Race driver Adam Khalid faces a lonely Hari Raya in Britain, where he hopes to make a name for himself in his chosen sport.
Sepang International Circuit chief executive officer Azhan Shafriman Hanif says Formula One needs to be more than just a weekend race if it ever returns to Malaysia.
After being away from motorsports for seven years, Natasha Seatter enjoyed a successful ‘mini’ return to the track last year. She promises bigger and better things in 2022.
Nur Atikah Azwar aka ‘Rider Helmet Pink’ is a YouTube star, influencer, brand ambassador, racer and manager of a racing team who wants to give her riders something to fall back on when their racing career is over.
Sepang International Circuit boss Azhan Shafriman Hanif says cost-cutting measures have been implemented and hopes an SIC sports bubble will boost its coffers post-Movement Control Order.
The rumours have revved into overdrive as Malaysia could be added to the Formula One calendar this year for little to no cost, but the health aspect needs to be looked into while this year’s MotoGP is also up in the air.
Safe Aim Mutual director Ron Hogg, the man behind the Malaysian Cub Prix series, believes the government can help spur the sports industry by building more facilities nationwide, especially race tracks that can double up as event venues.
After bagging Saga Cup best woman driver award at last weekend’s Asia GT Festival, Leona Chin hopes her performance at the Sepang International Circuit will catch the attention of sponsors.