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2011 F1 Malaysian Grand Prix Preview: What to Expect at Sepang

After the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, the F1 circus takes an eight-hour trip to Sepang for the 13th Malaysian Grand Prix. While Melbourne was a street circuit, Sepang is a proper race track where the differences between cars will start to become clearer. The event, however, has been blighted by tumbling ticket sales over the past few years. The neighbouring Singapore Grand Prix has played a major role in this matter with its captivating night race on a street circuit, coupled with live entertainment by world-renowned artists. Shabby construction and sporadic weather conditions haven’t helped Sepang, with calls for the stadium needing to undergo major rejuvenation. The circuit—which was built in record time to host its ...

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