Mifsud and Camilleri Secure Fastest Times during the Malta National Sim Racing Qualifiers

The culmination of the qualifiers for the much-anticipated Malta National Sim Racing Championships 2024, held in collaboration with the Malta Motorsport Federation, marked a pivotal moment in the local virtual racing calendar.

In the fiercely contested GT3 category, the emergence of new talent added an exciting dimension to the competition. Anton Mifsud, a relative newcomer to the national scene, made an indelible mark by clinching the top spot with a time of 1:32.517. Not far behind, seasoned campaigner Dean Vella, the reigning 2022 National champion placed second, clocking in at 1:32.902. Meanwhile, Kurt Camilleri rounded off the podium with a solid third-place performance, crossing the line with a time of 1:33.172.

In the Formula 4 category, the return of former Formula 4 driver Keith Camilleri ignited a spark of excitement among spectators. Camilleri’s commanding victory, achieved with a fast time of 1:33.215, reaffirmed his status as a force to be reckoned with in sim racing. Matthew Scerri and Aaron Debattista completed the podium lineup with their performances, securing second and third place, respectively, with times of 1:33.524 and 1:33.582. Their presence promises to inject an additional layer of intensity into the forthcoming races, ensuring that fans are in for a treat.

With seasoned veterans and rising stars poised to battle it out in the championship, viewers can expect nothing short of action and edge-of-your-seat drama. Each race will be definitely be exciting as they will be giving their utmost to get the opportunity to represent Malta on the global stage.

With the prestigious FIA Motorsport Games in Valencia on the horizon, the significance of the championships has never been greater. For the participants, the chance to compete on such a prestigious platform is a dream come true, driving them to push their limits and compete with the best of the world. Beyond the thrill of victory, the event offers invaluable exposure and the potential for further success in the world of sim racing and motorsport.

To ensure that fans don’t miss a moment of the action, both championships will be broadcast live on the national television station, TVMSPORT+, with commentary provided by the esteemed duo of Riccardo Flask and Edwin Saliba. Their experience in motorsport and sim racing including their enthusiasm will add an extra dimension to the viewing experience, providing insightful analysis and colourful commentary that captures the essence of each race.

The Malta National Sim Racing Championships promise to showcase the best that the island’s sim racing racing scene has to offer.

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