The Malaysian Gran Prix is one of the toughest of the entire season due to the suffocating heat and humidity that tests the physical and mental resistance of the drivers, who are often too tired at the end of the race to even cheer for a victory.
However, this was not the case for 2015 race when Sebastian Vettel scored his first win with Ferrari and jumped cheering on the podium. Malaysia is also well known for torrential downpours that usually hit the track late in the afternoon making setup and race strategy a nightmare.
Kuala Lumpur has been one of the main business center of Asia for more than twenty years and has been a great melting pot between globalized western culture and eastern traditions. The city is home to the former highest complex of buildings in the world, namely the Twin Towers. Shopping malls here have no rivals whatsoever and the dining choices are so much you will need a life to try them all.
|Free Practice 1 18.00 - 19.30
Free Practice 2 21.30 - 23.00
|Free Practice 3 18.00 - 19.00
Qualifying 21.00 - 22.00
Price per ticket €5400.00 (VAT N/A)
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