Formula 1 Grand Prix is well-known to all car racing enthusiasts all over the world. However, there is another grand prix established specially for motorcycles. The MotoGP Championship is the pioneer class of world championship road racing that developed primarily in Europe after the FIM (Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme) consolidated the regulations for motorcycle competition for the first time in 1949. In the past, the pinnacle class was the 500cc class of the Road Race World Championships, but in 2002 the regulation was changed to create the MotoGP class in which 2-stroke machines of up to 500 cc and 4-stroke machines of up to 990 cc competed together. The regulation was changed again in 2007 where the maximum engine capacity was reduced to 800 cc.
Similar to every other racing events, there are some certain rules and regulations which the racers must follow. To know more about the full list of rules and regulations, it can obtained through FIM (http://www.fim-live.com/en/sport/regulations-and-documents/grand-prix/) official website.
There is some interesting fact to share regarding Moto GP. The race will be divided into wet and dry races depending on the climate. This classification is apply because it may affects the choice of the tyre the racers made. A board may be displayed on the grid to indicate the status of the race. If no board is displayed, the race is automatically dry.
In 2015, Jorge Lorenzo was ranked first which is his fifth world title. Moto GP is held annually across the globe, similar to F1 Grand Prix. The championship racing event would eventually make a stop in Kuala Lumpur’s Sepang International Circuit in every tour.
This year is not excluded as the racing event is coming back from 28th to 30th October. Ticket prices start from RM42. Grab yourself a ticket now to experience this full of thrill event.
Premier Roving ticket allows the holder access to all spectator stands. Main Grandstand (exclude Marc Marquez Tribune), K1 Grandstand (exclude VR46 Tribune), F Grandstand C2 Hillstand. In addition, an exclusive transfer service (Welcome Centre - C2 Hillstand - F Grandstand) is complimentary for ticket holders.
The North Main Grandstand is facing Pits 1-33 which means spectators get a clear view to see the teams doing their pit activities. It also means they get to watch the Start/Finish of the race from the green light to the chequered flag to the podium ceremony. The South Main Grandstand view comprises at least 6 different turns and a straight from turn 8 to 15, spectators will enjoy the race in all its glory. Giant screens are also available here so that spectators get to follow the entire race. Marc Marquez tribune is located at the upper tier of the Main Grandstand.
Apart from seeing the first corners, the seats also give you a grand view of the main straight & the Start/Finish line. Overlooks the first 2 corners, which are a right right-hand turn, followed by an immediate left. Accessible from the Welcome Centre. VR46 tribune is located here at block A - F.
If you want a panoramic view of the circuit, F provides the best view for your money. Situated opposite the Tower this grandstand overlooks both North and South sides of the track. Exciting views includes the rear-end of the Start/Finish, the full roller coaster ride of turn 5,6,7,8 and a clear glimpse of the hairpin at the Tower.
SIC RACING TEAM TRIBUNE (K1 HILLSTAND)
The hillstand area is located directly in the third corner and is beside the K1 grandstand. It consists of a natural open air hill and offers a good view of the exit of turn 1 onwards till turn 4. Fun in the sun! The hillstand is now converted for fans of SIC Racing Team with a special merchandise included. Root for your favourite rider - Adam Norrudin or Jakub Kornfeil!
C2 HILLSTAND COVERED
Covered hillstand area facing the south track with a clear view of the most challenging half of the track - the south track.