Malaysian Grand Prix: McLaren preview Sepang weekend 25 March, 2014 The sweltering heat and humidity of the topics provide the gruelling backdrop to the Malaysian Grand Prix, round two of the 2014 FIA Formula 1 World Championship.
The drivers have to endure cockpit temperatures in excess of 50 degrees, but there’s no let-up on-track as Sepang’s fast corners and open spaces encourage overtaking and hard racing.
Add the high probability of a rainstorm into the mix and you’re left with a tantalisingly unpredictable weekend.
Sepang facts & stats
Sepang was the first grand prix circuit to be built by German architects Tilke GmbH. It was commissioned in the mid-’90s by former Malaysian...
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