F1 fans with a ticket for the inaugural Petronas Malaysian Grand Prix in 1999 can purchase a RM800 grandstand platinum ticket at only RM99 for this year's race scheduled for March 21-23 at the circuit in Sepang.

The event in Sepang is the second round of the championships, which begin with the Australian GP in Melbourne from March 14-16. Malaysia will be hosting the GP for the 10th time and the organisers of the event, the Sepang International Circuit (SIC), are targeting 125,000 spectators.

It is all in the spirit of celebrating 10 years of passion in organising the GP Malaysia. All offers, however, are only for a limited period. Among the other ticket offers includes a 99% discount on a second ticket for purchases of the RM1,000 main grandstand Tower tickets.

Those who purchase main grandstand Turquoise tickets priced at RM1,100 can buy a second ticket at RM500. There is also the direct offer of free tickets upon purchases. If you buy three topaz tickets or three C2 Hillstand tickets or three Hillstand, you are entitled for one free of the respective category purchase.

Under the campaign, the SIC will also be offering a 50% discount for students and senior citizens for purchases of one-day main grandstand Citrine tickets and three-day of the covered C2 Hillstand tickets, which are priced at RM500 and RM200 respectively.

Holders of GP passport – a special loyalty card programme introduced last year – would be entitled to a 10% discount on purchases of main grandstand tickets.

There also have special offers for on-line purchases through our official website where fans can buy a special package of a grandstand F platinum ticket, a limited edition 2008 Malaysian GP cap, headset and lanyard for a promotional price of RM410.

Tickets can also be purchased directly via internet at www.malaysiangp.com.my. Alternatively, call Ticket Hotline at 03-87782222.

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