SBRTrackdays organises events exclusively at Sepang International Circuit, home of the Malaysian Formula 1 and Moto GP races.
This internationally acclaimed venue is available for you to experience first hand. You don’t need to be a GP rider, nor do you need a desire to win races or be a world champion. You don’t even need a race bike – SBR Trackdays allows you to experience the thrill of riding this magnificent circuit in a safe and controlled environment. We know that venturing onto the track for the first time can be rather intimidating, but we can help you to enjoy your day.
Our objective at SBR Trackdays is to give riders the opportunity to use their bikes in the way that they were intended to be used, while being able to do so safely. At SBR Trackdays we provide information and tips that which will take the guesswork out of the day. We put riders in touch with other like-minded individuals so that they can share their experiences. You will never feel like an outsider at the track.
SBR Trackdays are organised and run by Joe Lee, an ex racer with plenty of experience in various levels of competition. Joe and his team have ridden or raced on a number of different circuits and between them they can help you improve your laptimes, nurture your racing addiction or just help with any questions you may have. We know that venturing onto the track for the first time can be rather intimidating, not to mention expensive. By joining SBR Trackdays you will be in experienced hands. We want you to enjoy your time on track!
Sepang International Circuit is 5.54km in length, and has 15 turns. The track was first used for Formula 1 in 1999 and is noted for its sweeping corners and wide (and two very long) straights. You can find a downloadable circuit map HERE
Safety is our primary concern. You will be given a safety briefing before you are allowed to venture out on track to ensure everyone is aware of the rules and regulations that are imposed on the day. Some may be obvious, but all tracks are different – there is no such thing as a stupid question, so feel free to ask about anything you are unsure of.
We look forward to seeing you at Sepang!