MotoGP Malaysia 2019
One of the most exciting events on the MotoGP calendar is here, the Malaysian MotoGP at the Sepang International Circuit, just south of Kuala Lumpur. Tickets for MotoGP Malaysia are available here at StubHub, so be sure to get yours ASAP before they are all gone. Italian rider Andrea Dovizioso for Ducati is the hot favourite after claiming the Malaysian motorcycle crown in 2016 and 2017. Can he make it an unprecedented hat-trick and follow in the footsteps of his famous compatriot Valentino Rossi? MotoGP Malaysia is one of the most exciting motorsports, and if you are a fan then surely you don't want to miss a moment. Get your 2018 MotoGP Malaysia tickets before they hit the finish line and all sell out.
A history of the Malaysian Grand Prix
The Malaysian MotoGP is the penultimate race in the MotoGP calendar, with results at the famous Sepang International Circuit racetrack proving vital to the eventual winners of the MotoGP championship. The Malaysian MotoGP is normally a sellout, with crowds increasing year-after-year as the sport's popularity continues to grow in Malaysia and around South-East Asia.
Malaysia hosted its first MotoGP back in 1991 at the Shah Alam Circuit. The Sepang International circuit, designed by famed racetrack architect Hermann Tilke, opened in 1999 and ever since has been a constant fixture on the MotoGP calendar, as well as Formula One. This is undoubtedly one of Valentino Rossi's favourite places to race. The veteran Italian rider has won at this circuit a record six times, however, his last win came in 2010. Will 2018 make it a lucky seven or will Dovizioso, Marc Márquez or Britain's Carl Crutchlow claim the 2018 victory? To find out, buy your MotoGP Malaysia tickets here and enjoy the thrills and spills of motorsport racing at its finest.
The Sepang International Circuit - one of MotoGP's great race tracks
Home to both the Malaysian F1 Grand Prix and MotoGP Malaysia, Malaysia's Sepang race track is one of motorsports finest circuits. Designed by Hermann Tilke, the circuit is just over five and a half kilometres long, fifteen turns and is noted for its sweeping corners and long, wide straights. Book your seats in one of the grandstands or near the famous chequered flag and see the finest MotoGP racing around. Buy and sell Malaysia MotoGP tickets today at StubHub. Why not, while you're here, check out our offers for the final race of the season MotoGP Valencia or the curtain-raiser in Qatar.