After two points scoring performances in Australia - highlighted by a second place finish in the Eastern Creek feature race - Robbie Kerr will be aiming to move up the points standings again at Sepang as the A1GP World Cup of Motorsport arrives in Malaysia for the fifth round of the season.

Kerr has helped Team Great Britain to fifth in the championship standings, just two points behind New Zealand, and will be looking to move up at least place in the title race despite a lack of previous experience at the Sepang circuit - the first venue on the calendar which currently hosts an F1 event.

"I'm looking forward to racing in Malaysia," he said. "It's my first time here like most of the drivers I think. We're scored two good results in Australia which put us in a good position in the championship and we're looking to do the same again here. The circuit's very fast, very flowing and it should suit my style of driving.

"We need to wait and see where practice goes and see where we are but I think it should be like in Australia with us up at the front."

 

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