June, Sepang – Sepang
International Circuit is anticipate 50,000
spectators coming for Super GT. While manage and
assisting race fans in the circuit, more than
100 police officers and SIC security personnel
will be deploy throughout the circuit. The main
problem experienced in recent years is people
parking their cars on the road side so they can
park closer to the venue, this creates
bottlenecks and subsequently traffic jam.
For safe and smooth event, Sepang International
Circuit is hoping spectators will follow
direction by traffic officers. Super GT
spectators and fans are advice to come early to
get the best parking spot or taking Skybus for
convinient and comfort journey to Sepang.
The grand race on Sunday 21 June will watch 33
teams from GT300 and GT500 blazing around the
circuit for 54 laps on Sunday 21 June. Beside
Super GT will also have support races from
Formula V6 Asia, GT3 Asia and Aston Martin Cup
There will be drift demos, GT look-a-like cars
on display and performance by Dragon Red during
the race event. In between races motorsports
fans will also be treated with off track
entertainment with appearances of the GT
ambassadors Sana Yuki and Nana Shibata. Joining
them are also others Super GT race queens team.
Parents with children can bring their kids for
the Kids Pit Walk programme on Saturday after
the second qualifying session. This free Pit
Walkabout offer is limited to the first 1000
kids along with their parents.
Tickets of the Main Grandstand can be purchase
at only RM100. SIC is also offering a special
family package at RM250 for four Main Grandstand
ticket. Free admission for children
seven-years-old and below. Passes for Sunday's
Pit Walkabout and Circuit Safari are sold at
RM100 each, while parking charges for bikes at
RM2, cars at RM5 and bus at RM20.
For latest news and prices, log on to
www.sepangcircuit.com for more info.