Circuit information

The Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix is held in Sepang, approximately 85 kilometers south of the city centre of Kuala Lumpur. The track was designed by Hermann Tilke, virtually the only person who designed Formula 1 race track in the past decade.  Both the circuit design and the state-of-the-art amenities raised the standards of motor racing to the place it deserves. The main double-sided grandstand can host as much as 50,000 spectators at a time, out of the total capacity of 130,000.  The circuit was officially opened in March 1999 when the first Malaysian Grand Prix was held.

The 5.5-kilometer long circuit was designed to allow overtaking at several points of the race which many of the other tracks miss:  the combination of four slow turns following long straights and the wide asphalt lane makes the track the riders' and fans' favourite. The other 10 turns are medium- to high-speed ones thereby giving the brakes and drivers a hard time.

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Access to the race track 

The Circuit can be accessed by train, bus or car from Kuala Lumpur. From Kuala Lumpur (KL), take the North-South Highway towards the KLIA Interchange. It would take roughly 45 minutes to get to the circuit from KL. There are separate gates to each grand stand and general admission area. The main entrance is at the western part of the track at the following GPS co-ordinates: 2°43'51.58"N (Longitude) and 101°44'16.81"E (Langitude).

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