Sepang targets higher GP attendance in 2007

Tue, 13 February 2007, 12:21

Organisers of the Malaysian grand prix are targeting a three-day attendance of 125,000 for the 2007 event.

The turnstiles at Sepang last March clicked some 107,000 times, but circuit general manager Dakuk Azmi Murad is reportedly hopeful that a more extensive promotional campaign will bear fruit this year.

The Bernama news agency said 35 per cent of the available tickets for 2007 have already sold; a 30 per cent rise over 2006.

Admission to the upcoming F1 test at Sepang, meanwhile, is free, Azmi Murad told reporters.

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