Singapore, 25 June 2021 – Coming off the back of their maiden E1 Championship win,
Singapore-based Team Flash E-Racing Division announced their partnership with Axle Sports
today. They will be competing under Flash Axle Sports at the upcoming 24 hour race at Le
Mans on Saturday, 26 June 2021.

The race at Circuito de la Sarthe will be held on the rFactor 2 sim-racing platform and is the
final race of the global Esports Edurance Series (EES). Flash Axle will be fielding two cars in
the race with two teams of three drivers each for the 24 hour race. Car #11 will feature
Mohammad Aleef ‘Hamilton’ (SIN), Naquib Azlan (MAS) and Mikko Nassi (FIN) while Car #12
will be piloted by Mika Hakimi (MAS), Inigo Anton (PHI) and Cian Butler (AUS). Both cars will
be racing in the top-tier DPi class and will be going up against 12 other teams in the same

Axle Sports founder and ex-Formula 1 driver Alex Yoong said, “Both Flash Axle cars are going
up against the best teams and drivers in the world at the 24 hour race at Le Mans around
Circuito de la Sarthe. It will be challenging, but we have won a race in this series before and
we believe our team is good enough to take the win. This race will be the start of our exciting
partnership with Team Flash as they are one of the top Esports organizations in South East

Team Flash Chief Executive Officer Mark Chew said, “Our E-Racing team had a good start by
clinching the individual driver’s and team championships at the recently concluded Season 1
of the E1 Championships. We are looking to further give our drivers additional opportunities
in the E-Racing world. We are looking forward to the partnership with Axle Sport in particular
working with Alex on international E-Racing events moving forward.”

Both cars from Flash Axle Sports have qualified in the top 5, with Car #11 driven by Naquib
Azlan on the front row qualifying second while Car #12 will start from fifth place on the grid
and will be looking to fight for the podium places.
Fans can tune in to Pitlane TV on YouTube and catch the action on track live from 9pm
Singapore time.

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