When in Malaysia do you get to experience the best of Japanese motor sports; the pretty Race Queens, the sexy rumbling of powerful engines, the vivid colours all around and the electric atmosphere?
# – Race Queens.
The Super GT International Series is back in Malaysia for its 10th year and this time, Malaysia will play host to Round 4 of the racing series. From June 18 to 20, you can be part of the biggest and hottest Japanese racing series.
By the way, Malaysia is the only country outside Japan to host the racing event so unless you fly to Japan, there’s not other opportunity to check out the powerful GT500 and GT300 cars. Yes, these are machines with 500 and 300 horsepower respectively!
This year, 13 cars and 26 drivers will be battling for the championship title in the GT500 category, while 19 cars with 38 drivers will be competing in the GT300 category.
# – Excitement on the track.
There will also be an opportunity for children below 12 years old to visit the pitwalk with their accompanying parents for FREEE! I know what some of you are thinking, time to
borrow bond with your nieces and nephews, hehe. It’s happening on 19th June at 6pm so please, please, please keep your schedule free and get proper clearance from the parents you intend to borrow children from.
# – The ever popular pitwalk to see the cars and Race Queens.
# – I think these ladies loveeeeeeee children :)
After you’re done visiting the pitwalk, sorry, sorry I mean after the children’s done, there are also other activities like go-karting and pocket biking to keep them amused and surely they’ll be thrilled with special appearances by famous cartoon characters, Upin & Ipin.
# – Go-karting to channel off all the pent-up excitement from watching the race.
Besides that, you’ll get to join a free-for-all TT session while watching live telecast of football in the mall on 19th June’s evening. Football and Super GT race? Man, you guys are in for some fun!!
If you’re feeling charitable, you can also bring your cars in to the charity car wash happening between 10am – 5pm on the same day. Ran by college students, it’s only RM15 to get your car sparkling clean and in helping WWF’s “Save the Day” campaign, conceived to raise awareness on the threats and issues facing the endangered Malayan Tiger and the Marine Turtles that nest on our shores.
And now, the nitty-gritty of the Super GT International Series at Sepang Circuit, tickets are going for for Main Grandstand and for K1 Grandstand. When you bought a minimum of two tickets, you get a chance of winning awesome GTR safety car rides (it’s a Nissan GTR!!!!!!), pit passes and circuit safari rides by just answering 3 simple questions and complete a slogan.
# – Nissan GTR safety car. The opportunity to ride it is enough reason to get two tickets to Super GT International Series. Have you watched Jeremy Clarkson driving this baby across Japan? It’s sick!
So what are you waiting for, put on your best sunglasses and bring your camera to go watch the most thrilling races at Super GT International 2010 Series in Sepang International Circuit. You’ll be guaranteed an unforgettable experience.
Buying the tickets is so easy, you can get them online here and you can pay with Mastercard, Visa or even Paypal! The best thing of all, you can choose to pick them up on event day or delivered to your doorsteps for a nominal fee. Otherwise, you can print it out straight from your computer. Easy peasy.
# – Super GT International 2010 Series, 18-20 June 2010, Sepang International Circuit.
Race Queens, pitwalk and a chance to ride in the breathing monster Nissan GTR? I’m so sold!!