Macau Grand Prixi

The Macau Grand Prix is the only street circuit racing event featuring both cars and motorcycles, and one of only two current national Grand Prix events that are not part of the Formula One calendar.

  • Two-time and reigning Formula 4 Macau Grand Prix champion Charles Leong Hon Chio returns to defend crown
  • Quadruple Macau GT Cup champion Edoardo Mortara joined by race winners Maro Engel, Raffaele Marciello and Darryl O’Young

The veteran driver overcomes Macau crash, South Africa confusion, and Penny’s Bay quarantine to return to family in time for Christmas – ‘this time it took me three months to get home’.

The Craft Bamboo Racing star overtakes defending champion Ye Hongli of China to win the race a day after crashing into the barriers – ‘literally we got the car together 10 seconds before’.

GT Cup headliner was cut short after Darryl O’Young slips and crashes into barriers – ‘I have seen the team perform miracles before in Macau so we’re going to try to do it again’.

Hong Kong’s Craft Bamboo Racing driver seals second place in first qualifying behind the Chinese defending champion, blaming traffic for slowing him down.

Only six races will take place in annual Grand Prix week on Nov 19-21 with drivers coming from mainland China, Hong Kong and Macau only due to quarantine restrictions.


Former FIA boss believed the 6.12km Guia circuit was ideal to host a round of F1 championship during the 1990s, but Macau GP organisers were not so keen.

Top racing drivers from Lewis Hamilton to Michael Schumacher and Ayrton Senna have all cut their teeth at the Macau Grand Prix. The newly renovated Macao Grand Prix Museum tells their stories and more.


‘We could have had a good season this year. Obviously the season did not develop as planned,’ 21-year-old tells domestic media after China’s first F2 win.

Hong Kong racing driver Shaun Thong explains why ‘motorsport will always be the unpopular’ sport in the city and urges young generation to ‘keep fighting’.

She might have won the 2015 Hong Kong Touring Car championship and is a regular at Fuji Speedway, but Yeung is also a real estate CEO and mum-of-two


Motorsports fans might already be divided by F1’s decision to produce an official fragrance – but likely to prove more divisive still is the five-figure price tag