Malaysian Circuit Guide

Date published: June 23 2015 - Editor


Sepang is one of the newer circuits on the F1 calendar, and features an interesting configuration that should make for good action.

The circuit is designed by F1 architect Hermann Tilke and is considered by many to be one most technical circuits.

Features two long straights connected by a tight hairpin and two shorter straights, amid a variety of tight and flowing corners.

Directions: The circuit is situated in the Southern corridor of Peninsula Malaysia bordering the Negeri Sembilan state, some 64 km south of the capital Kuala Lumpur and to the west of Seremban Sepang circuit is just five minutes away from the newly opened Sepang Kuala Lumpur International Airport.


Circuit name: Sepang International Circuit

Location: Kuala Lumpur

Laps: 56

Circuit Length: 5.543 km

Lap Record: 1:34.223 – JP Montoya (2004)