PETALING JAYA: Spectators at the Malaysian Super Series (MSS) at Sepang Circuit this Sunday will stand to win a stylish 125cc Hyosung Cruise II motorcycle in a special contest jointly organised by Sepang International Circuit (SIC) and Naza Motor Trading for the racing fans.
“Buy a RM10 ticket and you stand a chance to win a RM6,900 cruiser bike besides enjoying the thrilling showcase of motor racing at Malaysia’s premier racing series,” SIC general manager Ahmad Mustafa said.
Six Korean-made Hyosung cruiser bikes are to be won with one being offered at each of the six rounds of the MSS.
To enter, racing fans need to purchase a ticket and guess the top three finishers for the newly-introduced Naza PanGlobal Superbike Championship at the respective rounds.
“If there is more than one correct entry, the winner will be adjudged by the creativity of his slogan,” he added.
The remaining rounds of the biking competitions of the Malaysian Super Series will be on May 29, July 10, Aug 7 and on Sept 25, where it will serve as the support races for the 2005 Marlboro Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix.
The sixth and final round will be on Nov 11.
Apart from the Naza PanGlobal Superbike Championship, the Malaysian Super Series will also feature the supersports championship, the 150cc Production Bike Championship and the Aprilia Cup for 249cc two-stroke machines and the 400cc four-stroke bikes.
With the biking competitions taking the morning programme, the afternoon session will feature the best Malaysian drivers in the battle of the supercars, supersaloons, classic cars and the 1600cc machines in the Supersixteen Championship.
Introduced in 2002, the Malaysian Super Series is aimed at providing more opportunities for local drivers and riders to experience high-level competitive racing.
Qualifying for all competitions is fixed for Saturday (April 30) with Sunday (May 1) being race day for all categories.
Competitors will run in two compulsory races with the winners decided by the combined results of Race 1 and Race 2.