Malaysia’s homegrown hero Fahmi took to the world stage at the first race of the year at the Grand Prix of Qatar under the wings of World Wide Racing team; proudly entitled Team AirAsia Sepang International Circuit.

Finishing in 21st place, with team mate Sturla a few places in front at 18th place, it was a good start to the season, with plenty of time for them to improve at each race.

Alessandro Tonelli, the team’s Technical Director, says it’s a great result, for a couple of newcomers: “I’ve been surprised by Sturla and Zulfhami. They are new to this championship – nevertheless, they did a good job, absorbed every piece of information received and, on track, pushed 100%.

Check out the boys in action;

Next race in the calendar where you can see Team AirAsia Sepang International Circuit and our riders racing in true AirAsia Colours is the Grand Prix of Japan – April 25 2010

If watching Malaysia’s own Fahmi take to the world stage isn’t exciting enough, just wait for the AirAsia British Grand Prix on June 20 2010. Sign up to be a RedA!ert member to keep up to speed with all the action!


I’m the tall English girl in the company and I help organize sport and recreational activities for the lovely AirAsia staff. The perfect job for me as sport is really where my passion lies; anything and everything, I’ll give it a go! Lacrosse is my main sport but over here in Malaysia its played about as much as quidditch…so I spend my time running, swimming, netballing and tennising and soon I will be trying my hand at rugby for the first time – why not?!

As well as sport I love traveling; and South East Asia is an amazing place to be to explore; Malaysia, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Indonesia – the list is endless!

A friend of mine recently set me a task to visit all of AirAsia’s destinations – I think I’ve got quite a few more to go before that’s completed!

Other favorite things are extreme activities; bungee jumping, sky diving, glacier hiking…next thing on my list is Mount Kinabalu and the Macau bungee which is over 200m, and I will have ticked off another AirAsia destination – get in!