Melvin Moh

Name: Melvin Moh 
DOB: 15 July 1988
Nationality: Malaysian
Birthplace: Selangor, Malaysia
Residence: Malaysia

Also a graduate of the PETRONAS Formula Xperience (PFX) racing school, Melvin Moh was in the pioneering batch in 2006, where he emerged tops in that programme and received a PETRONAS Scholarship to race in Formula BMW Asia in 2007. 

Benefiting from a strong karting background and a solid single-seater foundation with PFX, Moh won the first race of the Formula BMW Pacific 2008 Series and became the first PFX driver to take a race victory in Formula BMW.

After completing two seasons of Formula BMW, Moh joined PETRONAS Syntium Team and spent 2009 in New Zealand in preparation for his debut in the 2010 Super Taikyu Series. He finished overall second with the BMW Z4M that year.

2011 saw Moh returning to karts briefly, before he went back to single-seaters and represented Malaysia in the intensive five-round Toyota Racing Series in January and February 2012. 

Moh also makes a comeback with PETRONAS Syntium Team for the 2012 Super Taikyu Series, although with a different car this time – the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3.


• Toyota Racing Series with ETEC Motorsport


• Competed in a few All-Star Karting (ASK) Championship races


 • Super Taikyu Series – Overall 2nd


 • PETRONAS Syntium Team Driver Training


• Formula BMW Pacific – Overall 6th (Won the opening race in Sentul, Indonesia and was first PFX graduate to win a Formula BMW race)
• Competed in one round of Formula BMW Europe at Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain


• Formula BMW Asia – Overall 8th, 5th in Rookie Cup


• Selected for inaugural PETRONAS Formula Xperience (PFX) racing programme (6 months, 8 races, Formula BMW FB02 car) – Overall 1st
• Received PETRONAS Scholarship to race in Formula BMW Asia the next year
• Rotax Max Challenge Malaysia – Overall 2nd in Senior category
• KKS Club Championship – Overall 1st in Formula 125 Open category


• Rotax Max Challenge Malaysia – Overall 3rd in Senior category


• Asian Karting Open Championship – Overall 5th in 100cc category


• Yamaha Cup – Overall 1st
• Rotax Max Challenge Malaysia – Overall 4th in Junior category
• KKS Club Championship – Overall 3rd in Junior category