Friday, April 1, 2016

Fahmi's Confidence Boosted By Knowledge Of Aragon Track

Tuesday, 29 March 2016 - Unlike his previous challenge in Buriram, Thailand, Malaysia’s World Supersport rider Muhammad Zulfahmi Khairuddin returns to familiar grounds at Aragon, Spain for Round 3 of the Motul FIM Superbike World Championship this weekend.
Having competed in Aragon since 2010 in the Moto3 World Championship and in the GP 125cc before that, Zulfahmi, who was based in Spain throughout that six seasons, would be boosted his deep knowledge of the track and Spanish climate.
“My biggest advantage will be that I know this track very well; having competed during my Moto3 days. Buriram may be nearer to Malaysia; but it was the first time that I competed on that track in Round 2 earlier this month. Hence, I am very positive and confident for the round 3 and looking forward for the race this weekend.
“My mastery of the 600cc Kawasaki machine is improving very well; though I must admit that there is still room for further improvement. The bike was much, much better in Round 2 and I hope that it will be even better for Round 3. My sincere thanks to all the team members that has been working very hard in preparation of the bike and also having given their fullest support from Day 1.     
“I would also like to thank Sepang International Circuit (SIC) for initiating the #supportfahmi63 campaign and getting so many fans on board, it certainly helps to boost my confidence. I pledged to do my best this weekend and make the fans, team and country proud,” added Fahmi.
Live viewing sessions
For fans who would like to catch Fahmi race this Sunday, the SIC Zoomers team is holding the WSBK Teh Tarik Live Viewing Sessions which started from 28th May and will cover every round until the Fassi Malaysian Round. Other than catching the race, fans can participate in the Watch & Win contest offering great prizes which includes tickets to watch the race in Sepang. The live viewing sessions are also held for F1 Grand Prix and MotoGP races. Be sure to watch out for the announcements on SIC’s Facebook page. 
Live viewing schedule
3-AprWSBK R3 - Aragon6.00pm - 9.00pmThe Podium
17-AprWSBK R4 - TT Assen6.00pm - 9.00pmThe Podium
1-MayWSBK R5 - Imola6.00pm - 9.00pmThe Podium
Early Bird Tickets 
Early bird promo for the WSBK 2016 Malaysia Round tickets will end this 31st March. Ticket starts from only RM27.56 for the K1 Grandstand and RM47.70 for the Main Grandstand with various packages available. For fans of Zulfahmi, there is a special Fahmi 63 Tribune seating area at the Main Grandstand’s Diamond zone, facing the starting grid, team pit and podium. The tribune tickets are selling for RM79.50 and each ticket includes exclusive Fahmi 63 merchandise. Overall, ticket prices have been significantly reduced this year - as much as RM142 lower for the Main Grandstand Paddock Access ticket, compared to 2015.
For maximum enjoyment of the event, fans are recommended to purchase the Main Grandstand Paddock Access tickets, which will allow fans to be closer with the riders at the paddock back-of-pits area, catch the race from the rooftop of the Pit Building and enjoy a close behind-the-scenes view of the activities within the paddock. For a more luxurious experience, fans can get a 2-day VIP pass for the air-conditioned Paddock Lounge luxury halls with 2-days of all day dining included. 
Fans with disabilities will be able to purchase tickets for designated OKU seating areas at 50% off the normal price up until race day. Children below 7 years can watch the race free.
To find out more about the ticket pricing for 2016, visit Sepang International Circuit’s website at or call the Ticket Hotline at +603-8778 2222. Keep updated on the latest viewing sessions and activities lined up for 2016 via SIC’s Facebook page at

-Sepang International Circuit.

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