Entry is free of charge for fully vaccinated adults aged 18 and above.
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If you’re looking for some high-octane action before settling in for the Christmas and New Years holidays, then it’s high time to make a pit stop at the Sepang International Circut (SIC) this week for the Malaysia Championship Series 2021 (MCS) race that’s taking place from 14 to 16 December.
Catch some of the country’s finest racers and their four-wheel racing machines, live from the Grandstand, as these men and women compete in a 22 and 54-lap endurance race around the 5,543m track – just like how they do it at the prestigious 24-hours Le Mans race that takes place in France.
The MCS specifically runs the T-Production (touring production) and M-Touring (Malaysian touring) cars that are above 1.6 and 1.9cc.
These are basically the pimped out, racing versions of regular local and international production made cars that most of us drive on the roads every single day.
There will be three separate races happening this week in Rounds 3 and 4 of MCS 2021. These races will also be the last and final four-wheel racing event that’ll be taking place this year.
Entrance to MCS 2021 is absolutely FREE at the SIC Main Grandstand for spectators 18-years-old and above. Entries are only allowed for people who’ve been fully vaccinated.
And just in case you can’t make it to the track on race day, MCS 2021 will also be streamed live on Facebook on SIC’s official page. So head on over (HERE) for more details.
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