Fasten your seat belts and watch them racing

Formula One is undoubtedly a motoring enthusiast’s most beloved sporting event. Sanctioned by the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA), Formula One is its highest class in single-seater motor races and is widely considered to be the pinnacle of motor racing. To determine the ultimate racer, Grand Prix races are organized by a number of countries across the world. The Formula One Schedule for 2015 is scheduled to commence on the 15th of March with the Australian Grand Prix which is followed closely by the Malaysian Grand Prix on the 29th of March, the Chinese Grand Prix on the 12th of April and the Bahrain Grand Prix on the 19th of April.

The second event on the Schedule is highly anticipated by South East Asian petrol heads and many have already reserved Kuala Lumpur serviced apartments as well as hotels across the Malaysian capital. Therefore, it is best that accommodation arrangements are made as early as possible for luxurious and comfortable accommodation including Somerset Ampang Kuala Lumpur is in high demand. With the event being conducted at the Sepang International Circuit which is 5.5 kilometres in length, avid motorists have been following the Malaysian Grand Prix since its inception in 1999. The track was constructed under instructions given by the Prime Minister of the country at the time, the famed Dr. Mahathir Mohamed, who strived to develop the economy of Malaysia, especially in the 1990s.

The track was designed by Hermann Tilke and is an impressive circuit that vigorously tests the driving abilities and skill of the racers with twists, turns as well as straight tracks. This year, the Malaysian Grand Prix will conduct a number of practice runs on the 27th and 28th of March while the Qualifying Races will take place on the 28th as well. The main event is scheduled to take place on the 29th of March and with the prospect of witnessing some of the fastest supercars in the world coupled with a number of famous and talented drivers, the Malaysian Grand Prix is gearing up to be an exciting event.

Intrigued by history, art and food, Shazzana Hamid is a writer who is passionate about the extraordinary. Disguised as Lavinia Woolf she writes of the exhilarating and enchanting.


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