“We are all set for Malaysia’s biggest motorsports event. Everybody at the circuit has been working very hard for the event to ensure we are at our best to showcase this event and Malaysia to the world,” said Dato’ Razlan, who celebrates his 10th year as the Chief Executive Officer of SIC this year.
“The officials and members of the racing teams as well as the TV production crew are coming in as early as Sunday night immediately after the Australian Grand Prix in Phillip Island tomorrow. The containers will be coming in as well.
“Our public program with the fans starts on Tuesday with a Football friendly match at the National Stadium Bukit Jalil and Wednesday with the special ‘Teh Tarik session’ with MotoGP riders at NZ Curry House Garden Cafe, KLCC. The racing teams will also be having their own PR and marketing pre-event programmes as well including meet-the-fans sessions. So, it will be a very exciting week in Kuala Lumpur,” he added.
“Indeed, we are looking at a very special Malaysian GP this weekend,” added Dato’ Razlan.