The circuit is within a huge 2300-acre complex that is home to a hotel, golf course, shopping center, and some additional sports facilities, attracting MotoGP fans from around the world.
The track is 5.5 kilometers long with the longest straight at 920 meters. The track is also wider than most, at 16 meters, which makes it particularly favorable for overtaking maneuvers. Spaniard Dani Pedrosa has the most pole positions (4), but veteran Valentino Rossi is the best in the Malaysian MotoGP, with six victories to his name.
With the cultural, historical and scenic beauty of Malaysia at your fingertips, be sure to book your MotoGP Malaysia 2021 package with plenty of time to spare.
The Malaysian Grand Prix debuted on the MotoGP calendar in 1991. The race was held at the Shah Alam Circuit, which hosted the event for 7 years before moving in 1999 to its current venue, the spectacular International Circuit of Sepang. Located near the capital - Kuala Lumpur - and designed by the famous Hermann Tilke, its construction took 14 months. The uniqueness of its layout and its history have made it a tourist attraction; it hosts prestigious motorsport events, preserves the history of this sport and also serves as a stage for the development of new local talents. Currently, the complex in which the circuit is located is sold as one of the most popular places in the city for its many services, including a hotel, a shopping center,
The Sepang International Circuit enjoys an exceptional reputation in the world of motorsports, as it was built with a single objective: to be the scene of exciting and thrilling races. The route has a total length of 5.5 km, and is made up of 15 curves and 8 straights. Average speed can exceed 300 km / h and this, coupled with the width of the track, offers drivers a multitude of opportunities to overtake their opponents throughout the race. Suspense is guaranteed until the last minute! Pay particular attention to the four slow corners that follow the long sections and eventually lead to medium-high speed corners. The feats of the drivers in these parts of the circuit are worthy of admiration.
With this display of skills, any seat you choose at the Malaysian Grand Prix will be perfect for following all the action. Throw the house out of the window with the MotoGP VIP Village and enjoy first-rate welcome services with fantastic views of the race. It also includes access to the Paddock and exclusive tours, as well as bar and food service throughout the day. Of course, you'll also have a great time with grandstand or general admission tickets, which provide great views of the race from the entire circuit area.