The Prime Minister of Malaysia Datuk Seri Najib Razak did not rule out that in future the country will again be able to host Formula 1 Grand Prix.
Last race in Sepang was 19th and last in the short term. Because of the high costs and low interest from the public, it was decided to terminate the contract after 2017.
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“We decided to withdraw from racing for economic reasons, the quoted Najib F1i. – Over time, the impact of the stage began to fall. But this does not mean that we will not revise the decision if this will create a favorable financial environment.”
As noted by Executive Director of the Sepang circuit, Razlan Razali, will be at least five years before Malaysia is ready to take the Grand Prix. Funding race annually cost the government 67 million dollars.
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