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If you can't make it to Melbourne for the Australian GP, here's the next best thing. Red Rock Travel (RRT), the Philippines' F1 tour authority, is now selling packages for the 2013 Malaysian Formula 1 Grand Prix. Starting as low as US$ 1,089 per person, you can now watch 22 screaming Formula 1 cars bang wheels at the Sepang International Circuit from March 22 to 25.
Your US$ 1,089 will get you: a 4 day 3 night hotel stay at the Cititel Express with daily breakfast; roundtrip airfare via Malaysia Airlines, K1 Grandstand tickets, two day round trip transfers, and travel insurance. Not bad right? There are also packages if you want to opt for five-star accommodations. Or maybe you'd want to get a better view of the track and upgrade your race ticket. And since you won't be spending all of your time on track, there's a Kuala Lumpur day tour and Genting tour to keep you busy.
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Red Rock Travel (RRT), the Philippines' F1 tour authority, is giving thrill seekers a once-in-a-lifetime chance to take the ultimate taxi ride at the 2012 Malaysian Grand Prix. Ride shotgun behind a modern two-seater Formula 1 car as you whiz around the Sepang Circuit at break-neck speeds. Think you've got what it takes to become a future Formula 1 star? Well, try lasting last three laps in the back seat first.
The Malaysian GP F1x2 experience will go out on track for its flying laps from March 30 to 31, 2011 - a week after the Grand Prix. Suit up and put your gear on for a breath-taking three lap taxi ride in a 2001-spec Minardi Formula 1 car, priced at RM 18,000 per person or RM 480,000 for groups of 30.
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simoncelli_memorial02On lap two of the 2011 Malaysian GP, MotoGP rising star Marco Simoncelli met a fatal accident while battling with Alvaro Bautista for fourth position. Simoncelli lost control of his Gresini Honda and inevitably veered across the track at turn 11, straight into the path of Colin Edwards and Valentino Rossi. Both riders collided with Simoncelli, knocking his helmet off in the process. As Simoncelli lay motionless on the track, the race was immediately red-flagged.
Edwards likewise fell but escaped serious injury, while Rossi managed to stay on his bike and return to the pits. The 24-year old Italian rider was taken by ambulance to the Sepang circuit's medical center, but at 4:56 pm local time Simoncelli sadly succumbed to his injuries.
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