Good news for Formula One fan, if you want to watch the Formula 1 PETRONAS Malaysia Grand Prix in 2011 and want to get some discounts, buy your tickets before December 30 this year. This is special offer by SIC to celebrate the 13th edition of the Formula 1 race in Sepang. Read the full news by Chips Yap from Motortrader below.
F1 2011 > 50% DISCOUNTS F1 TICKETS AT SEPANG.
If you plan to watch the Formula 1 PETRONAS Malaysia Grand Prix live at the track in 2011, buy your ticket before December 30 this year and you can get a 50% discount. This means that Hillstand tickets (K2, C1 and C3) will only cost RM30 compared the normal price of RM60. Grandstand F, which directly faces Turns 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 as well as part of the front straight, can be purchased at only RM200 while seats at Grandstand K2, which faces the opening chicane, are priced at RM30.
Seats at the Main Grandstand would also be priced between RM250 for Citrine and RM600 for sitting areas at Ruby. Seats at Diamond are sold out while the seating areas of Emerald and Sapphire remain at RM1,600.
“This is our special offer celebrating the 13th edition of the Formula 1 race in Sepang. It’s a limited time offer, though, and fans will need to act fast. My advice to all racing fans will be to get your tickets now,” said the Sepang International Circuit’s CEO, Datuk Ahmad Razlan Ahmad Razali.
“Unlike previously, this is an across the board discount of 50 percent… from the open hillstands to the luxurious seats Ruby seats at the Main Grandstand. To me, it’s definitely an offer that no racing fan will want to miss and comparing to the other F1 venues, Sepang is offering the most affordable F1 tickets,” he said, adding that SIC hoped to bring in no less than 100,000 fans to the race.
The circuit will host the third round of an unprecedented 20-leg 2011 Formula 1 World Championship from April 8 to 10 next year. The new season will open with the Bahrain Grand Prix on March 13 with the second round to be held in Melbourne, Australia, a fortnight later.
“I sincerely believe that 2011 will be even more exciting and potentially will see three Malaysian-related F1 teams in the likes of Mercedes Petronas F1 Team, a potentially rebadged Lotus Racing Team and a possible Lotus Renault F1 Team. ” he added.