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10th November, Friday
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The Moto GP Malaysia 2023 will be held on November 11, 2023, at the Sepang International Circuit in Malaysia. The race will start at 14:00 local time, which is 7:00 UTC.
Address: Sepang International Circuit Sdn. Bhd. Jalan Pekeliling, 64000 KLIA, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.
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Sepang is located about 45 kilometers (28 miles) south of Kuala Lumpur. Here are a few ways to get to Sepang:
By Car: The easiest way to get to Sepang is by car. Take the North-South Expressway (PLUS) and exit at the Sepang exit.
By Train: There is a train service that connects Kuala Lumpur to Sepang. The train departs from KL Sentral Station and arrives at Sepang Railway Station.
By Bus: Several bus services travel to Sepang from Kuala Lumpur like SkyBus: A1 and A2, Aerobus: A11, and Cityliner: CT1.
The buses depart from the TBS (Terminal Bersepadu Selatan) bus terminal in Kuala Lumpur.
The Moto GP Malaysia is a premier motorcycle racing event at the Sepang International Circuit. It's part of the Moto GP World Championship, featuring top riders and teams worldwide.
The Moto GP Malaysia 2023 will be held on November 10-12, 2023.
The Moto GP Malaysia 2023 will be held at the Sepang International Circuit in Sepang, Malaysia.
Tickets for the Moto GP Malaysia can be purchased online through the official event website or authorized ticketing platforms. Book a 1-Day or 2-Day pass through Headout to enjoy a hassle-free experience.
The ticket grants you access to the Sepang International Circuit and the race day activities. Depending on the ticket type- 1-Day Pass or 2-Day Pass, you might also get access to specific grandstands, pit areas, or other premium experiences.
The 2-day pass gives you access to all the racing on Saturday and Sunday. The 2-day pass allows you to experience the entire weekend of Moto GP, including the qualifying, free practice, and race.
The 1-Day pass gives you access to the Moto GP race on Sunday, the weekend's main event. The 1-day pass is a great way to experience the excitement of Moto GP and make memories that will last a lifetime.
A 2-day pass to Moto GP Malaysia includes admission to the event on both Saturday and Sunday. It does not include access to the paddock or the pit lane.
A 1-day pass to Moto GP Malaysia includes admission to the main race event on Sunday. It does not include access to the paddock or the pit lane.
Ticket prices for the Moto GP Malaysia 2023 start at RM150 (about USD37) for a three-day general admission pass.
A typical Moto GP weekend consists of three days of racing:
Friday: Free practice and qualifying for all three classes.
Saturday: Qualifying for the Moto3 and Moto2 classes, and the Moto GP sprint race.
Sunday: The Moto3 and Moto2 races, and the Moto GP race.
In 2023, Moto GP introduced sprint races at all Grands Prix. The sprint races were held on Saturday afternoons at 15:00 and were approximately half the length of the main race. Points were awarded to the top nine finishers on a 12-9-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis, similar to the Superpole races in the Superbike World Championship. The grids for both the sprint race and the main race were set by qualifying, which retained its Q1-Q2 format. There was also one less practice session and warm-up session. Sprint race wins were not considered as regular Grands Prix wins and instead had their own "Sprint race wins" statistic.
There are several different types of Moto GP Malaysia tickets available, including:
General admission: These tickets allow you to stand in the general admission areas.
Grandstand: These tickets allow you to sit in one of the grandstands.
VIP: These tickets include access to a VIP area with food, drinks, and other amenities.
Hospitality: These tickets include access to a hospitality suite with food, drinks, and other amenities.
The best seats to watch the Malaysia GP are in the grandstands closest to the track. These seats will give you the best view of the action and allow you to see the riders up close. However, these seats are also the most expensive. You can also find good seats in the general admission areas if you are on a budget.
Yes, there is usually designated parking available for attendees. It's recommended to check the event's official website for parking details and availability.
The following items are prohibited at the Moto GP Malaysia 2023: Alcohol, Fireworks, Laser pointers, Weapons, Glass bottles, Animals, and Professional cameras (only point-and-shoot cameras are allowed).
The following are some of the rules and regulations of the Sepang Circuit and the Malaysian GP: Smoking is prohibited in all indoor areas of the Sepang Circuit, Littering is prohibited at the Sepang Circuit, Climbing on the fences or barriers, Throwing objects onto the track, Running on the track, Obstructing the view of other spectators and Interfering with the safety or operation of the circuit.
The weather in Malaysia is hot and humid all year round. The average temperature is around 28 degrees Celsius (82 degrees Fahrenheit). The rainy season is from November to January.
Wear comfortable clothing and footwear as you walk around the circuit. Consider bringing sunscreen, a hat, and sunglasses to stay protected from the sun.
Outside food and beverages might not be allowed in the circuit. However, plenty of food stalls and vendors usually offer various options.
Yes, Moto GP Malaysia usually offers family-friendly zones and activities for children. Check the event schedule for details on family-oriented entertainment.
Malaysia is a beautiful country with a lot to offer visitors. Visit the Petronas Twin Towers and Batu Caves, Relax on the beaches of Langkawi, etc.