Designed for speed and performance, Sepang’s international circuit is one of the best in the world. It was built in the heart of an immense complex that includes a hotel, a golf course, shops and other sports facilities.

It cost over £ 50 million.

The complex was completed in less than fourteen months and its facilities respond to the most demanding criteria.

It hosted his first World Cup Grand Prize. With four slow curves followed by several straight lines and a dozen fast curves, the Sepang circuit favors overtaking and high speeds.

The competition in this track, one of the longest in the MotoGP, develops under intense heat with high humidity indices. Sepang is located about 50km south of Kuala Lumpur.

In photo: the race podium in 2016