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Vital Statistics - the Malaysian Grand Prix

This year sees Malaysia stage a Grand Prix for the 16th consecutive season, but which teams and drivers have performed best in the heat and humidity of Kuala Lumpur? And which former Williams star holds the lap record? Ahead of the 2014 Formula 1 Petronas Malaysia Grand Prix at Sepang, we highlight all the important statistics, facts and figures about this popular race…Circuit: Sepang International Circuit, Kuala LumpurCircuit length: 5.543 km Number of corners: 15 (5 left, 10 right)DRS zones: 2Race laps: 56Race distance: 310.408 km2014 tyre compounds: Hard, MediumCircuit lap record: 1m 34.223s - Juan Pablo Montoya (2004), Williams-BMWFirst world championship Grand Prix: 1999, Kuala...
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