Breaking news: Last call for 2013 Formula 1 PETRONAS Malaysia Grand Prix tickets.

Early Bird discount (massive 50% off) ends on Monday 31st December 2012. This is a worm worth catching.

F1 fans who still haven't bought their tickets can still pick up last minute deals for the 2013 Formula 1 PETRONAS Malaysia Grand Prix if they go to PLUS Speedway Go-Kart Circuit at USJ tomorrow, December 29 for the PETRONAS X-Track Road Show. F1 ticket booths are being set up at the event so procrastinators who have yet to get around to buying their tickets can do so while the Early Bird deal is still available.

Of course tickets can also be purchased at the F1 circuit and SIC’s ticket booth at KLIA Express Departure Hall at KL Sentral, online at www.sepangcircuit.com or by calling the ticket hotline at +603-87782222.

With the substantial discount being offered, tickets will start from as low as RM33.

The discounted RM33 ticket gives fans full three-day access to natural seating (that's SIC's fancy way of saying GRASS, in case you're wondering) at the uncovered Hill stands at K2, which faces the opening three corners, or at C1, which faces Turn 8 and 9 or C3, which gives clear view of Turns 11, 12, 13 and 14.

Seats at the F Grandstand, which provides perfect viewing of Turns 6, 7 and 8, will be available for just RM223 (after the discount) while seats at the K1 Grandstand will be sold at RM333. The price, from 1st of January 2013, will go up to RM663.

Main Grandstand seats at the North Lower Tier, which face the F1 team pit garages, are also selling at a bargain prices with seats at Crystal being offered at RM608; Turquoise at RM498; Jade at RM443 and Garnet selling at only RM388.

The two types of seats at the South side, which provides perfect viewing of extreme actions at Turns 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and the back straight, are selling at RM388 for the upper tier Topaz seats and RM278 for the lower-tier Citrine seats.

In case you didn't see the italics under the headline, the Early Bird discount ends on Monday 31st December 2012. …

Formula One™ 2013

The 2013 season will open with the Australian Grand Prix on March 17. Sepang will host Round 2 of an unprecedented 20-leg 2013 Formula 1 World Championship from March 22 to March 24 next year.

The 2013 season also marks 15 years of F1 in Malaysia and Sepang International Circuit has got big plans to mark this milestone in its history.

“We are planning to have a massive celebration of F1 in Malaysia in conjunction with the 15th edition of the F1 race this year. It will be the biggest celebration of F1 in Malaysia and it will involve the whole of 1Malaysia. I strongly suggest fans to check out our website for all information in regard to this matter as well on all the happenings held in conjunction with the 15th edition of the 2013 Formula 1 PETRONAS Malaysia Grand Prix,” explained Dato Ahmad Razlan Ahmad Razali, the CEO of Sepang International Circuit.

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