2004 Formula BMW Asia season

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Champion Marchy Lee on a qualifying lap.

The 2004 Formula BMW Asia season was won by Marchy Lee of Hong Kong, driving for Team Meritus. Lee finished the season on 250 points, followed by BMW Junior driver, 24-year-old You Kyong-Ouk and Rookie Cup winner Mehdi Bennani), both on 124 points. Lee receive an extra prize in recognition of his extraordinary achievements – a three-day test with the Team Rosberg Formula 3 outfit.[1]

Final Championship Standings[edit]

Hanss Lin finished 4th overall for Belgravia Motorsport.
  1. Hong Kong Marchy Lee (Team Meritus) 250 points,
  2. South Korea You Kyong-Ouk (BMW Korea E-Rain) 124 points,
  3. Morocco Mehdi Bennani (Team Meritus) 114 points,
  4. Chinese Taipei Hanss Lin Po Heng (Belgravia Motorsport) 120 points,
  5. Philippines Tyson Sy (Minardi Team Asia) 108 points,
  6. Bahrain Salman Al Khalifa (Belgravia Motorsport) 84 points,
  7. Philippines Dado Pena (Minardi Team Asia) 83 points,
  8. Bahrain Hamad Al Fardan (Belgravia Motorsport) 80 points,
  9. Malaysia Nik Iruwan Nik Izani (Team Meritus) 42 points,
  10. Thailand Robert T. Boughey (Minardi Team Asia) 39 points,
  11. China Han Han (Team E-Rain) 32 points,
  12. Bahrain Mohammed Al Baharna (Belgravia Motorsport) 32 points,
  13. Thailand Maekkasit Weraporasu (Autosport with Arto) 9 points,
  14. Japan Tohru Jitsukawa (Autosport with Arto) 4 points,
  15. Philippines Gaby Dela Merced (Team E Rain) 1 point.

Final Rookie Cup Standings[edit]

  1. Morocco Mehdi Bennani 223 points,
  2. Thailand Robert T. Boughey 160 points,
  3. Bahrain Hamad Al Fardan 157,
  4. Malaysia Nik Iruwan Nik Izani 152 points,
  5. China Han Han 142 points,
  6. Philippines Gaby Dela Merced 60 points.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Formula BMW Asia – Round 14 – Taebaek – Race BMW Group Press Archive. 17 October 2004. Retrieved On 28 June 2012.