On the conclusion of the 2023 Petronas Grand Prix of Malaysia, 182,912 people crowded the stands across three days of bike racing. This compares against last 12 months’s visitor variety of 163,567 people across the identical period.
“This number is a sign motorsports stays ever popular with Malaysians,” said SIC chief executive officer Shafriman Hanif. “Despite the long holiday weekend of Deepavali, motorcycle racing fans still made the trouble to come back to Sepang to look at their favourite racers,” he added.
Friday saw 21,364 die-hard fans braving the Friday afternoon traffic to look at the practice sessions while Qualifying and the Sprint Race on Saturday drew an attendance of 70,911 people. On Sunday, 90,637 Malaysian motorcycle racing fans filled the KI grandstand and the primary grandstand area, with the Mall area drawing those on the lookout for bargains on motorcycle gear and viewing the most recent motorcycles.
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