The Malaysian Grand Prix (GP) 2023 at Sepang International Circuit will not include wildcard racers like its previous races.
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That is the news that the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of SIC, Azhan Shafriman Hanif shared today. However, it might be impossible to see the appearance of the wildcard rider because the registration period is still open.
“Any announcement regarding this wildcard actually can be made within 45 days before (the Malaysian GP).
“So this year, there are no more plans. Last year, we put Damok because there were no Malaysian riders, but this time we have Damok who will compete for the full season,” said Shafriman to the media.
The race will be taking place from November 10 to 12. This time, Malaysia will only be sending one representative, Syarifuddin Azman, a.k.a Damok.
Last year, in addition to Damok, three other national riders namely Kasma Daniel Kasmayuddin, Azroy Hakeem Anuar and Khairul Idham Pawi participated in the Moto 2 wildcard with PETRONAS Mie Racing.
In a ceremony attended by the Minister of Youth and Sports, Hannah Yeoh today, SIC also announced the sale of Rahmah Tickets.
A total of 7,000 seats are available for the sale of Rahmah Tickets which cost RM49.90 for K2 Hillstand seats.