The Macau Grand Prix is one of the greatest races in Asia, but you'd never know it if the only open-wheeled racing you watched was Formula One. That's because the race in the former Portuguese colony belongs to its little brother, Formula Three. And damn is it some great racing.
Monaco? That's for sissies. In Macau, the circuit is just 22 feet wide — too narrow for F1 — and Formula Three cars take to the streets just after the superbikes, reaching top speed of 171 MPH as they brush against stone walls and metal crash barriers. And this year it rained.