FIM Endurance World Championship & FIA World Touring Car Cup 2019

13 Dec 2019 - 15 Dec 2019

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The date is set for a spectacular and ground-breaking festival of motorsport in Malaysia. The FIA World Touring Car Cup and the FIM Endurance World Championship has been made exclusive and ONE-OF-A KIND creating history for Malaysia as SIC host TWO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS TOGETHER IN ONE WEEKEND.

The FIA World Touring Car Cup (FIA WTCR) is the highest class of competition for touring cars. The Malaysian round will be the grand finale of the 10 global rounds this season. The race will see 26 full season entries with 8 different car manufacturers.

The FIM Endurance World Championship (FIM EWC) is the premier worldwide endurance motorcycle racing championship. The Sepang round named the 8 Hour of Sepang will see at least 20 Japanese and 10 Asian teams competing as it will be the qualifying round to the legendary Suzuka 8 Hours in 2020.

Both races will take place until sunset and the chequered flag will be waived under the new SIC Circuit Lights.
Come and witness these exciting world-class championships as they make their #RoadToMalaysia.
One ticket for two world championships!

Venue

Sepang International Circuit

How to get there

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FAQ

There are numerous designated parking areas around the Circuit for ticket holders. Please refer to the 'tickets' section of our website to find out the best parking location for the type of tickets you hold. You may wish to purchase your parking tickets early as parking bays are limited.

Once received, we will consider your booking confirmed and no cancellation is allowed.

No changes are allowed once the booking is received and processed.

As soon as we receive your booking, we will confirm it by sending you a confirmation letter. You may wish to contact our ticket hotline at +603-8778 2222 or e-mail us at ticket@malaysiangp.com.my if you have any enquiries regarding your booking OR contact our appointed ticketing agents for more details.

Please view our ticketing terms & conditions for more information.

Please view our ticketing terms & conditions for ticket collection and delivery.

There is no age limit to gain entry into the Circuit or any of the ticketed spectators viewing areas. However, it is not advisable to bring babies and toddlers to the Circuit owing to the sweltering heat and ear-splitting noise. Should you choose to bring your children, please ensure that they are under your care and supervision at all times. SIC shall not be responsible for the safety of your children during their presence in the Circuit.

A ticket is required for children 7 years old and above. Children who enter without tickets do not have any reserved seating. However, a valid ticket must be presented by each person who wishes to participate in the 23 March free Pit Lane Walk commencing at the Main Grandstand, including children of all ages. There is no special pricing for children.

The validity of the tickets is printed on each ticket. All standard tickets will grant ticket holder entry to the designated seating/hospitality area for 24& 25 March 2012 (Sat & Sun).Single day tickets are only valid for use to gain entry on the designated entry day printed on the ticket. Entry to the designated spectator areas on 23 March (Fri) is free of charge. However, a valid ticket must be presented by each person who wishes to participate in the 23 March free Pit Lane Walk commencing at the Main Grandstand, including children below 7 years of age.

Cameras are allowed. However, video cameras are not.

No pets are allowed into the Event.

No you may not bring food/drinks or any alcoholic beverages onto the premises.

All spectator areas will have food and beverage outlets.

It is advisable to wear light comfortable cotton clothing. However please take care not to wear anything that is too revealing which may be offensive to some spectators. Also, we recommend that you bring a raincoat.

Buggies and toilets for the disabled are available.

There are currently only two giant screens located near the pit building. These screens are easily viewed by partons seating at the grandstand area and the K1 grandstand.

This is rather subjective and depends solely on individual preference. You may wish to visit the 'online ticketing' section of our website for more information on seat locations. Our panoramic videos will allow you to take a glimpse of the actual views from the seat of your choice.

Yes, a circuit commentator will be giving full coverage of the race.

For information regarding facilities, please refer to the 'track info' section of our website.

There is a Medical Centre on the premises equipped with an X-ray room, doping control room, observation room, laboratories, ambulance passage as well as facilities for patients with burns. There is also a helipad available to ensure that emergencies can be transferred to proper medical institutions at the fastest possible time.

No, you can only attend events that are open to the public. Please check our website regularly for event updates.

Yes, the track has comprehensive mobile telecommunications coverage.

The use of earplugs is advisable.

Spectators are allowed to bring flags and banners that are not larger than 1 meter or with handles greater than one metre long.

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How to get there

Taxi - Taxis go to and from the circuit pick-up zone outside the main entrance. Please note that there can be long queues for a taxi at the end of the race. Ride Hailing companies such as Grab operate in Sepang and the surrounding areas but you should anticipate inflated prices, particularly on race day.

Train - The city of Kuala Lumpur is 60 km to the North and is most easily reached by the airport Express Rail Link (KLIA Ekspres), which arrives in the city centre station KL Sentral in 30 minutes. From Sepang International Circuit there are regular services which run to the nearby Nilai and Kuala Lumpur International Airport train stations. From here, either take a taxi or the shuttle bus to the circuit.