A new international racing series makes its debut at the Sepang International Circuit from July 13-15, joining a host of exciting support races at the Malaysia Championship Series (MCS), which enters the third round.
As reflected by its name, the F3 Asian Championship is a multi-event, Formula 3 open-wheel single-seater motor racing championship and the first-ever FIA Certified championship in Asia. It will feature a mix of professional and amateur drivers competing in Formula 3 cars that conform to the FIA Formula 3 regulations. The new car, a brand new Tatuus F.3 T-318 that showcases an all-new single chassis, single engine fully complies with all FIA requirements for the new-era of F3 will begin at the F3 Asian Championship on July 13 at Sepang.
The international field, made up of drivers from more than 10 nations and territories across the world, provides an important international benchmark against which drivers can measure their performance. After the season opener in Sepang, the inaugural season will conclude on 25 November at the same venue after 15 races to be held in rounds which will include races at the Ningbo International Speedway and Shanghai International Circuit in China. Like Sepang, the Ningbo International Speedway will host two rounds on September 1-2 and on October 13-14. The Shanghai leg will be held from September 21-23. Some of the teams competing are Absolute Racing and BlackArts Racing Team from Hong Kong, Chase Owen Racing of the United States, Philippines-based Eurasia Motorsport and Pinnacle Motorsport, Hitech Racing of the UK, India’s MSport Asia and Zen-Motorsport of China.
Round 3 of the MCS will also include actions from the TCSA by IMSP, Clio Cup Asia Series, F4 SEA Championship, the Caterham Championship, the Classic Car as support races. The MCS as the main event will feature competitions from the T Production (Touring Production), M Production (Malaysian Touring Car) and the S Production (Stock Production) classes.
Fans can catch all the actions for free at the Main Grandstand. To be closer to the actions, fans can purchase Paddock passes and view the actions from the covered rooftop Pit Building.