Sunday, June 2, 2013
Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix 2013 (11~13 October 2013)
By popular demand, Sepang International Circuit (SIC), promoter and organizer of the 2013 Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix, will be extending its MotoGP Early Bird promotions until the end of July.
“Fans can still get enjoy our discounts until end of the month. So fans, get your tickets now as there'll be no more extension after this,” SIC Chief Executive Officer Datuk Razlan Razali announced today.
With the promotional rates, fans can get their Main Grandstand tickets at only RM103 as compared to RM153; and K1 Grandstand tickets to RM63 against a normal price of RM103 for a full weekend.
“F Grandstand tickets would be RM43 each if you purchase them now,” said Razlan adding that open Hillstand tickets at B and K2 seating areas would be selling at normal prices at RM21 per day per entry for Saturday and Sunday.
Entry for Friday on October 13 at the 2013 Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix would be free.
Malaysia hosts Round 15 of the 18-leg MotoGP World Championship from October 11 to 13, 2013, which looks sets to be an exciting affair especially after a thrilling season-opener in Qatar last weekend.
Returning to Yamaha after an unsuccessful two-year stint with Ducati, Valentino Rossi produced some of his old magic to finish second behind his Factory Yamaha team-mate Jorge Lorenzo; with sensational MotoGP rookie Marc Marques taking third place.
Spain's Pol Espargaro took first place in Moto2. But, it was the Japanese Takaaki Nakagami, who caught the attention of many after a commanding performance in the opening leg; finishing third behind Britain's Scott Redding.
Moto3 was topped by Red Bull KTM Ajo rider Luis Salom with his Malaysian team-mate Zulfahmi Khairuddin finishing a commendable sixth.
“The championship can only get more exciting as the season progresses. So, my advice to all MotoGP fans is to immediately pick up this offer and make a date with us in October.
“No MotoGP fan would want to miss the event this year and see your idols live at the circuit,” Razlan said.