MotoGP 2020 Update: CEO of SIC; Dato’ Razlan Razali has made his statement in regards to the current issue with Coronavirus (CoVid-19). Also, that SIC has no plans on hosting a second MotoGP race for Malaysia.
Sepang International Circuit just released a press statement. This is regarding the recent news where Malaysia could be potentially hosting a second MotoGP. In the statement, CEO of SIC, Dato’ Razlan Razali says that they have no plan in hosting a second race. He also mentioned about the current issue with coronavirus.
The Statement by CEO of Sepang International Circuit, Dato’ Razlan Razali
Thursday, 12th March 2020 – Based on the recent news where Malaysia could be potentially hosting a second MotoGP due to the postponement of other circuits, SIC has no plans on hosting a second race.
With the current situation in regards to the Corona Virus (CoVid-19) in Malaysia and worldwide, along with the advise from the Ministry of Health (MOH), the safety of the MotoGP™ fans, riders, team, staff and all personnel involved remains our top priority.
“I would like to take this opportunity to advise everyone to be safe at all time and we must remain strong and hope to be able to soon watch our favourite race again.”