|This futuristic circuit was built in just 14 months at the cost of 75 million Euros and opened in 1999. It′s famous forit′s doubled sided grandstand with a unique roof that goes the length of the 920 metres start and finish straight.|
| 5 October 2004
Japan plays host to the penultimate round of the 2004 FIA Formula One World Championship season next weekend and the BMW WilliamsF1 Team heads to Suzuka with hopes of securing valuable points to augment their position in the Constructors’ Championship.
| 5 October 2004
With the 2004 FIA Formula One World Championship nearing its climax, Lucky Strike B·A·R Honda is pleased to announce that it has concluded a one-race team partnership for the Japanese Grand Prix with leading technology company EPSON.
|4 October 2004
Circuit: Jerez circuit – 4.428 km
|3 October 2004The possible triple championship decider in Sepang is off; but the 2004 Marlboro Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix looks set to be an even more exciting affair with five-time world champion Valentino Rossi coming to Sepang with a vengeance.
“I see a very determined Rossi in Sepang after his disaster in Qatar. Everybody knows Rossi and everybody knows how he loves challenges,” says Ahmad Mustafa, the event director of the 2004 Marlboro Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix.
SIC OPTIMISTIC TO STAGE BEST MALAYSIAN MOTORCYCLE GRAND PRIX
3 October 2004
WITH firm support from the motorcycling fraternity, Sepang International Circuit (SIC) – the promoter and organizer of the 2004 Marlboro Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix – is confident that it will deliver the best ever Malaysian GP in its 14-year history. Read more
|Troy Corser – the undisputed king of Superpole – claimed pole position on the PETRONAS FP1 for the final two races of the Superbike World Championship at Magny-Cours.|
|1 October 2004
“We understand that the British Grand Prix will not be appearing on the provisional calendar for 2005 which Mr Ecclestone will present to the FIA for ratification on 13 October 2004, and Mr Ecclestone will not accept the BRDC offer to promote the British Grand Prix at Silverstone for the next three years which is a disaster for the sport and industry in the UK”, said the British Racing Drivers’ Club.