Are you going to the Malaysian Grand Prix?

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At least one of our number is already bound for Sepang: Journeyer, F1 history master and stats guru, is heading out there for the Malaysian Grand Prix.

I hope he?s packed his double-strength anorak, because the rain bearing down on Sepang International Circuit looks pretty fierce.

Who else is braving the climate to watch the Malaysian Grand Prix from the stands? Leave a comment below to let us know where you?re watching from.

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5 comments on “Are you going to the Malaysian Grand Prix?”

  1. BRING ON THE RAIN!!! Lets just hope it don’t get too dark…

  2. I live in KL and always get free tickets but I think I won’t attend anymore races as I can get the “actual” race results (which is the correct one) from the race stewards about a week after..saves money, time, effort and hair (since I don’t have to pull out mine)..

    1. Aaron Shearer
      3rd April 2009, 2:07

      You can always send me those spare tickets. I’m sure I’ll be able to use them. On a more serious note, Good luck to all I’m hoping the weathers kind to you.

  3. umm, so is anyone actually going or what?

  4. Journeyer, F1 history master and stats guru

    Goodness me, Keith, I had no idea you described me that way! :P

    It was lots of fun, though, even if we got soaked to the bone and muddied to the skin. ;)

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