|Occupation||CEO, Sepang International Circuit|
|Position Last Year||72|
Having graduated with a degree in accounting from Edith Cowan University in Perth, his first job at PWC paid a salary of only RM900, but now Razlan Razali controls the fortunes of one of the country’s biggest sporting events, the Malaysian Grand Prix. A born racer, Razali owns a racing team and has competed on both two and four wheels. He took over the reins of the Sepang International Circuit in 2008. Perhaps not flavour of the month any more as he was against Bernie’s wish to turn the race at Sepang into a nighttime one.