Malaysian team finish fourth in sim racing


PETALING JAYA: A South-East Asia team have made the region proud after finishing fourth at the biggest sim racing competition in the world – the 24 Hours Le Mans Virtual.

Axle Sports, founded by former Formula One driver Alex Yoong, fielded two teams over the weekend which saw the participation of some high-profile competitors including current F1 world champion Max Verstappen of Holland, Juan Pablo Montoya of Colombia and the best esports drivers in the world.

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