21 March 2024

The Motor Sports Singapore, MSS (“NSA”) has on 21 March 2024 signed the Collective Policy thereby agreeing to at all times:

  1. Recognise and accept the Anti-Doping Singapore (ADS) as the National Anti-Doping Organisation designated by the Singapore Government as having the responsibility for all doping matters relating to sport in Singapore;
  2. Accept the Anti-Doping Policy of Singapore and the ADS Anti-Doping Rules, both of which are established in accordance with the World Anti-Doping Code, as the basis for the fight against doping in sport;
  3. Adopt the Anti-Doping of Singapore and the ADS Anti-Doping Rules either directly or by reference into our governing documents, constitution and/or rules and regulations, and which shall have binding force and effect on our members and Participants; and
  4. Agree to observe, abide by and implement the provisions of the Anti-Doping Policy of Singapore and the ADS Anti-Doping Rules in respect of our affairs and activities.

The MSS condemns the use of doping in sport. It recognises the right of all its Athletes to participate in a sport that is free from the misuse of drugs. The MSS is committed to educate, inform and test, as appropriate, participants competing in (motorsport) in Singapore, and representing Singapore, so that it remains a drug-free sport.

It is a requirement of participation in the sport that all its Athletes, Athlete support personnel and other persons under the jurisdiction of the MSS comply with the Anti-Doping Policy of Singapore and the ADS Anti-Doping Rules set out and published by the MSS and ADS.

In testing its Athletes, the MSS is committed to handling the management of results in a confidential and accountable manner and to carry out disciplinary procedures where appropriate by the fair and independent process it has agreed with its members and with ADS, its appointed National Anti-Doping Organisation, for the collection of doping control samples. The disciplinary procedure for a contravention of these rules is published in full in the ADS Anti-Doping Rules.


The Executive Committee / Management Committee of the Motor Sports Singapore has on 21 March 2024 adopted the ADS Anti-Doping Rules as the Motor Sports Singapore’s Anti-Doping Rules.

The ADS Anti-Doping Rules published by Anti-Doping Singapore (or its successor), as amended from time to time, shall take immediate effect and be construed as rules of the Motor Sports Singapore.


All affiliates, members, athletes, participants, staff and any other individual, paid or on a volunteer basis, who are under the jurisdiction of the Motor Sports Singapore are bound by the Anti-Doping Rules of the Motor Sports Singapore and agree to abide by these Anti-Doping Rules.

For more information, refer to ADS website here.

20 April 2023

🔊Attention all Sim drivers in Singapore!

We will be opening selection for ONE Sim driver to represent our nation in the Olympic Esports Series 2023 which will be held on the 23rd to 25th June 2023.

Eligibility for the Singapore Qualifier must be:
- A Singapore citizen,
- Is at least 18 years old and over as of 22 June 2023.
- Holder of the MSS eSports ePassport. To apply, download the document using the link - https://tinyurl.com/MSSesportsepassport

Registration link for selection process: https://tinyurl.com/OESSGQ-2023
(Terms and conditions apply.)

Registration period : 21 April 2023 from 0000hrs to 8 May 2023 @ 0759hrs (all Singapore time). (Please note we will not accept registration past deadline.)

Olympic Esports Series 2023, Digital Motor Sport - Singapore Qualifier Details:

Date: 27th April 2023 (Thursday) 0800hrs - 8th May 2023 (Monday) 0759hrs (all SGT).

Game Platform: Gran Turismo 7
Location: Gran Turismo 7 Event Online Server
Selection Type: Time Trial (Unlimited Attempts)
Type of Car: Toyota GR010
Circuit: Deep Forest Raceway
Setup: Locked Setup & Conditions

So what are you waiting for? Register at the link above and you may be the one we are looking for to fly our Singapore flag at the Olympic Esports Series 2023!

#oew2023 #gt7 #fiaesports #PurposeDriven #raceathome #motorsports #esport #digitalmotorsport #motorsportssingapore #singapore



3 April 2022

Wishing all our muslim friends a Happy Ramadan. May God bless your path with knowledge and light that will help to enlighten your heart!


29th December 2021


Motor Sports Singapore (MSS) is pleased to announce a joint partnership with Singapore Esports Association (SGEA) in selecting the top 2 Singapore SIM Racing Drivers for the Southeast Asian Esports Championship (SEA EC) 2021 final schedule for the 9th January 2022. For more information, please refer to earlier press release on the 28th December 2021.

SGEA is the appointed National Sports Association (NSA) for Electronic Sports in Singapore and is a member of the Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC) and the Global Esports Federation (GEF). SGEA was founded in 2018 to facilitate Singapore’s participation in regional and international events and competitions, promote the virtues of esports excellence and perpetuate the local esports eco system by nurturing homegrown talents, especially among youths.

28th December 2021

The first Southeast Asian eSports Championship (SEA EC) 2021, organised by Vietnam Recreational E-sport Association (VIRESA) is taking place between 2nd January to 16th January 2022. The main event, including other eSports discipline will welcome 52 teams from 10 eSports federations in Southeast Asia that will compete for a prize pool of USD $140,000. Motor Sports Singapore is looking for SIM Racing Drivers to represent Singapore to take part in this Sim Racing competition.

The competition is known as IUEM eRacing GP by RaceRoom.

Participants are required to register a lap time on the RaceRoom leader board, opened from 24th December 2021 to 2nd January 2022.

Registration link: https://game.raceroom.com/competitions/1516/leaderboard

The top ten fastest drivers will take part in the National Qualifier to be held on 3rd January 2022. The MSS eSports Working Group will select two drivers to represent Singapore in SEA EC 2021.

17th December 2021

First Singaporean elected as Vice President for Sport for Asia-Pacific and World Motorsports Council Member in Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA)

17 December 2021 – At the FIA General Assembly held in Paris today, the global governing body for mobility and motorsport and its constituent clubs have selected a new leader to replace Jean Todt who concludes his third, and final, four-year term. For the first time, a Singaporean will be representing the Asia Pacific Region as Vice- President for Sport and as a member on the World Motorsports Council.

Lung-Nien Lee, a Motor Sports Singapore (MSS) member since 2010 and the immediate past President of Motor Sports Singapore, is a member of newly-elected FIA President Mohammed Ben Sulayem’s FIA for Members team.

Lung has had a distinguished karting career in Asia, winning a number of prestigious trophies. Lung currently puts his knowledge and passion for this fast and dynamic branch of motorsport to good use at the FIA where he is a member of the CIK Karting Commission. He has also trained as an FIA International Steward.

Lung, “It is an honour to represent Singapore on the world stage of Motorsports. Motorsports is a passion of mine and this opportunity allows me to give back to society and to the Motorsports community at large. "

For the 2021 elections, MSS is proud to field two Singaporean representatives; in addition to Lung, Janette Tan, MSS Treasurer and Chairperson of Volunteers and Officials Commission, campaigned under presidential candidate Graham Stoker’s FIA for All list.

Motor Sports Singapore and our members are proud of Singapore’s strong showing, and we will be giving our full support to Lung and his team’s efforts to develop motorsports in Singapore and the Asia-Pacific region.

11th December 2021

Overall ranking, championship points and local rankings after Round 5 of the CMSC-MSS-MAM eRally Championship 2021.
Well done to our SG drivers for securing 6 spots in the top 10!!

Coming Round 6 will be in Monte Carlo, Monaco on 12th December 2021. So stay tuned!!!!

5th December 2021

Congratulations to all our SG eSports SIM Racing drivers for completing Round 3 of the CMSC-MSS Cup 2021 #RaceAtHome
Here is the Championship Overall Results for Round 3. Congratulations to Ethan Yoh, Weizhe, Asafiy as top 3 eSport SIM Racing drivers at country level. Great winnings and showmanship!!

Stay tuned on more information of 2022 eSports SIM Racing calendar.

24th November 2021

Overall ranking, championship points and local rankings after Round 4 of the the CMSC-MSS-MAM eRally Championship 2021.
Big thank you to CMSC and MAM for the collaboration and well done to our SG drivers for securing 5 spots in the top 10!!

Coming Round 5 will be in VARMLAND, SWEDEN on 5th December 2021. So stay tuned!!!!

22nd November 2021

Final results of the 3 Hours Endurance Race presented by Mobil 1 Racing on the 20th November 2021.

21st November 2021

Great news for our Volunteers Official in Singapore. Our heartiest congratulations to Chin Foong Wang for winning the FIA Best Doctor of the Season 2021!!!!!!

This year, MSS submitted 3 medical candidates to the FIA Volunteers & Officials Awards for their exceptional contributions, not only to motorsports but also to the COVID situation in Singapore.

Below is part of Dr. Wang Chin Foong's write up.

"Chin Foong is extremely dedicated to his volunteer work, and is part of the medical team of senior officials who actively recruit, train and retrain the 120 pax strong medical team solely run by unpaid volunteers. He spent many hours drawing up training manuals, procedures, and training the medical officials in track crafts.

In 2020 and 2021, as Singapore was hit by COVID-19, he sacrifices his personal time away from his family choosing to answer the government's call when there is a shortage of trained medical personnel. Chin Foong took unpaid leave for many months from his work, and volunteer at local community facilities to take care of COVID patients. He was not afraid to risk his personal safety to take care of others and his actions are commendable."

To Chin Foong and all our medical volunteers & officials who are frontline staffs, our heartfelt thanks and deepest gratitude to our brothers and sisters for fighting the pandemic tirelessly and always keeping us safe.

20th November 2021


It’s FIA Volunteers Weekend. If you are competing or participating in a race meet this weekend, give a shoutout to the volunteer race officials!
Especially the Race Officials that are at KF1 for SingaMoto SG Endurance Race today!!

17th November 2021

Travelling during the current situation may be challenging for some, but to travel for a purpose and heading back to a race circuit after close to 2 years of hiatus is definitely worth it. Our very own Janette Tan, who is also the inaugural FIA Charlie Whiting Award winner, was in Bahrain last two weekends broadening her experience in Motorsports at the FIA WEC


9th November 2021

Overall ranking, championship points and local rankings after Round 2 of the the CMSC-MSS-MAM eRally Championship 2021.
Big thank you to CMSC and MAM for the collaboration and well done to our SG drivers for securing 5 spots in the top 10!!

7th November 2021


Congratulations to all our boys for completing Round 2 of the CMSC-MSS #RaceAtHome Cup !!!
Round 3 will take place on 5th December 2021. More details to follow so watch this space!


6th November 2021






Congratulations to all SingaMoto National Champions Top 3 Riders in each category.

25th October 2021

Overall ranking, championship points and local rankings after Round 2 of the the CMSC-MSS-MAM eRally Championship 2021.
Big thank you to CMSC and MAM for the collaboration and well done to our SG drivers for securing 5 spots in the top 10! 👏🏼👏🏼

24th October 2021




Race results of SingaMoto National Championship 2021 - Round 4

23rd October 2021


Happy World Esports Day!

With the trending and growing interest in digital motorsports, we are please to share the appointment of Delta Timers as the official digital motorsports aggregator to work with MSS to build the ecosystem of digital motorsports in Singapore.

The entire community of players, event organisers, corporate and various organisations are now better poised for growth as one integrated ecosystem, because MSS and Delta Timers are dedicated to look into this development in Singapore.

We believe this is a new dawn for digital motorsports in Singapore and we are looking forward to working with everyone in this exciting journey!


17th October 2021

"Sim racing and gaming enthusiasts who possess a need for speed can now floor their rig pedals around the all-new Orchard Road street circuit which will kickstart the inaugural OUE E-Cities Championship 2021, an online sim racing league which has been developed by Singapore-based sim racing and lifestyle brand Legion of Racers (LOR)."

Click on the link below to register!


11th October 2021


Overall ranking, championship points and local rankings after Round 1 of the the CMSC-MSS-MAM eRally Championship 2021. Big thank you to CMSC and MAM for the collaboration and well done to our SG drivers for securing 6 spots in the top 10! 👏🏼👏🏼


6th October 2021


ATTENTION eSports Enthusiasts!!

Join us for 2021 CMSC-MSS-MAM eRally Championship. 6 Rounds, 6 Rallies for you to compete.
What are you waiting for, Registration is now open! Let’s Race!!

Registration Link - https://m.mss.org.sg/erally2021


15th September 2021


The FIA, Automobile Association of Singapore, MSS and Jcdecaux SG are joining arms together to reinforce the FIA #3500LIVES #RoadSafety Campaign starting today in Singapore. The campaign is to create awareness follows the Golden Rules including Share The Road, Slow Down for Kids, Never Drink and Drive, Watch Out For Pedestrians.

Everyone has a role to play, we cannot do this alone. Make Road Safety a Priority.


12th September 2021



Congratulations to all our boys for completing Round 1 of the CMSC-MSS #RaceAtHome Cup!!!

Well done to our very own Ethan Yoh who took the race win for both races!! Round 2 will take place on the 7th November 2021. More details to follow so watch this space!






Exciting Updates from the Pirelli Malaysia Superbike Championship seasons last race!
Khairul Anwar Jamil has been crowned the Production 250/MGP3 Champion for 2016! It was a close and intense battle with fellow Singaporean Muhammad Jazil Juraimi who had to settle for second place just one point behind in 211 points. In the Supersports A category Khurana Dhiraj finished a commendable 2nd Place in the Championships. Lets congratulate them and all other riders who flew our flag at this series.



Results from Pirelli Malaysia Superbike Championship Round 4 at Sepang International Circuit this weekend!
Production 250/MGP3 Race 1 #16 Muhammad Jazil Juraimi 1st Place #7 Khairul Anwar Jamil 2nd Place Superstock A Race 1 #31 Dominic Chang 6th Place Supersport 600 A Race 1 #2 Khurana Dhiraj 2nd Place Production 250/MGP3 Race 2 #16 Muhammad Jazil Juraimi 1st Place #7 Khairul Anwar Jamil 3rd Place #18 Angelo Neo 5th Place Superstock A Race 2 #31 Dominic Chang 7th Place #24 Zulkifli Amin 8th Place Superport 600 A Race 2 #2 Khurana Dhiraj 2nd Place Well done boys! Keep flying the Singapore flag high!



Moto Gymkhana Series 2016 Round 4
Motorsports - Singapore Motor Sports Association (SMSA) Moto Gymkhana Series 2016. This is Round 4 and final round for the year! The 2016 Nov 20 event took place at Aviation Park Road Car Park. (Photo by Ben Cho) — at Changi Exhibition Centre.

MSS GYMKHANA 2023 ( Updated )
ROUND 1   22-23 July 2023
ROUND 2   ( TBC )
ROUND 3   ( TBC )



ROUND 1  19 FEBUARY 2023
ROUND 2  19 MARCH 2023

ROUND 3  21 MAY 2023
ROUND 4  18 JUNE 2023

ROUND 5  13 AUGUST 2023



29 APRIL 2023 
27 MAY 2023 
  8 JULY 2023 
 26 AUGUST 2023


ROUND 1   30 APRIL 2023
ROUND 2   28 MAY 2023
ROUND 3     9 JULY 2023
ROUND 4   27 AUGUST 2023






27 APRIL - 8 MAY 2023 ( SIM Driver - SG Selection ) - In-Game Gran Turismo 7 time trial. ( Registration closed )

23 - 25 JUNE 2023 

MSS Esports National Championship 2023 
6 August 2023 - Round 1/ Round 2/ Round 3
( Top 2 Singapore Passport holder SIM Drivers will represent the nation in the Asia Pacific Motorsport Championship 2023 in Sepang, Malaysia )