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In conjunction with the Malaysian MotoGP happening in October, Ducati Malaysia has a special treat for all Ducatisti in the country.

  • Meet and greet Ducati Lenovo Team riders at Ducati Showroom.
  • Take part in a special convoy with Bagnaia and Miller to Putrajaya. 

Ducati Malaysia is organising a meet and greet session with Ducati Lenovo Team rider Francesco Bagnaia and Jack Miller on October 20 at Ducati Showroom, Petaling Jaya.

That’s not even the best bit yet, as you will also get the chance to ride with Bagnaia and Miller from the showroom to the Prime Minister’s office in Putrajaya.

The meet and greet session including the special convoy is strictly for Ducati owners only.

*Jack Miller

Fellow Ducatisti can join in the once-in-a-lifetime experience by scanning the QR code. 

Bagnaia is currently just two points away from claiming his championship lead from Fabio Quartararo after securing a third place finished at Buriram Circuit on Sunday.

*Francesco Bagnaia

MotoGP is set to return to action at Philip Island on October 17 before making its way to Malaysia. 

The 2022 Malaysia MotoGP is back after two years of absence, and what better way to catch the biggest motorsport event in the country than to get the best seat in the house?

  • Tribuna Ducati Package allows you to experience the 2022 Malaysian MotoGP in style.
  • Enjoy various privilege with fellow Ducatisti. 

Ducati Malaysia offers a special Tribuna Ducati Package for those who want to witness their favourite Ducati Lenovo Team MotoGP rider along with fellow Ducatisti at the Sepang International Circuit (SIC). 

You can experience the thrills of MotoGP in the sea of red for just RM499.

The Tribuna Ducati Package includes:

  • Exclusive three days admissions to the Tribuna Ducati Grandstand 
  • Complimentary refreshments
  • Tribuna Ducati Race Kit
  • Ducati original apparel & merchandise rebates voucher

Also, the package includes exclusive access to reserved motorcycle parking, so you don’t need to worry about parking. Trust me, the public parking is horrendous during MotoGP weekend, so having exclusive parking close to the main entrance is a blessing. 

This is Ducati Malaysia we are on about, mate, so of course, you’re getting the complete Ducati treatment. 

For those interested in being a part of the Tribuna, you can simply walk-in your nearest Ducati showroom to make the purchase. 

See you there!

The Malaysia MotoGP fever officially returns to Sepang International Circuit after a two-year absence due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

  • Sepang International Circuit (SIC) officially welcomes the 2022 Malaysia MotoGP after a two-year absence.
  • SIC announced Damok as the official ‘wildcard’ rider in Moto3. 

This time around, Petronas – the new official title sponsor – welcomes all two-wheel racing enthusiasts across the country to witness the Petronas Grand Prix of Malaysia 2022 happening on the 21 – 23 October. 

The 23rd edition of the Malaysian GP also marks Petronas’s official debut as the new title sponsor after successfully reaching an agreement with MotoGP rights holder Dorna Sports earlier this year.

During the launch, Chief Executive Officer of Sepang International Circuit (SIC), Azhan Shafriman Hanif, also announced the ‘wildcard’ slot for the upcoming MotoGP Malaysia goes to FIM Junior GP rider Syarifuddin Azman @ Damok, who will race with team VisionTrack. 

“This year marks the first year of PETRONAS as the title sponsor for the Grand Prix. SIC is set to #WelcomeHome all the local and international motorsports fans to Sepang after a two-year hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

“With no Malaysian riders competing full season in the championship, I believe Damok will be the pull factor for Malaysian to cheer fellow Malaysian on the grid,” said Azhan.

Also present is Petronas Senior General Manager of Group Strategic Communications, Datin Anita Azrina Abdul Aziz, who shares her excitement about the latest project.

“PETRONAS is excited to see the return of MotoGP to Malaysia, and it gives us great pride to headline the event, as the championship is synonymous with passion, innovation, pace and performance – values that resonate well with PETRONAS. 

“As such, to celebrate the occasion, PETRONAS has lined up a series of thrilling family-friendly experiences on and off the track, including around KLCC which will be announced in due course.

“The Grand Prix title sponsorship offers an opportunity for PETRONAS brand to grow and help re-energise Malaysia’s sports tourism and provides a unique platform for us to showcase PETRONAS Primax – the Official Fuel for the Moto2 and Moto3 championships – to the world,” she said.

Meanwhile, the most exciting catch for this year is the #MalaysianGP2022 Mega Lucky Draw contest, whereby two lucky winners will walk away with Yamaha NVX and Y15ZR, which features limited-edition SIC livery worth RM22,000. 

Tickets can be purchased at

New CFMoto 450SR middleweight sport will reportedly launch in Malaysia during MotoGP this October.


  • The 2019 Shell Malaysia Motorcycle Grand Prix will be the best yet.

  • Some 180,000 to 200,000 spectators are expected.

  • Here are some of what you could expect to see there.

The 2019 Shell Malaysia Motorcycle Grand Prix is going to be the biggest Malaysia MotoGP yet. Some 180,000 to 200,000 spectators are expected to descend upon the Sepang International Circuit (SIC) over the three-day weekend.

We’ve put together a pictorial of what you can expect to see this year.

The Racing

The main highlight is of course the action on the track. The Moto2 series is still open with just this and another race to go. Still, you can expect to witness close in battles in the MotoGP and Moto3 classes as riders have nothing to lose and everything to gain in terms of personal glory now.

Fabio Quartararo and Franco Morbidelli of PETRONAS Yamaha Sepang Racing Team finished 1st and 2nd fastest in FP1 and FP2 giving Malaysian fans plenty to cheer about. The former even smashed the lap record — despite nursing an injured ankle.

The Vendors

Ah, the vendors truly breathe in an atmosphere of festivities at the track. One could sometimes find rare items that aren’t sold or promotions outside of MotoGP. Virtually all vendors are crowded into the mall area as spectators enter SIC.

The Shell Advance Ride Thru pavilion is set in PA1 parking lot opposite the main entrance to the track’s mall area. Here, motorcyclists only have spend a minimum of RM 30 to enjoy free parking while train mechanics change your bike’s engine oil.

2019 sees the return of Aprilia Malaysia under new management. Apart from the usual meet and greet sessions with riders, they’ve also unveiled the 2019 Aprilia Tuono V4 1100 Factory. However, the focal point of the booth is the RSV4 1100 Factory.

Triumph Malaysia is also back, since this is the first year that the brand is supplying engines to Moto2 teams. They’ve just launched the 2020 Street Triple RS on Friday afternoon. You’d find some special deals for Triumph merchandises here. Apart from that, the booth also incorporates an Arai showcase and items from Cardo, X-Mount and Five Gloves. Do check out the special edition Bonneville Bobber placed in a box like a 1:1 scale model. Don’t miss the 765cc triple Moto2 replica engine.

Further in is the Shell pavilion which consists of racing simulators, special activities and games. One could stand to win some nice prizes here.

Pass the arch and the first thing you’d see on your right is red. As in GIVI’s signature red. This is an important year for the brand as they celebrate the 25th anniversary in Malaysia. GIVI’s pavilion is as large and grand as ever. Look out for the new Vista open-face helmets that will be launched in January 2020. Other items on display are a small range of motorcycle luggages and rain suits GIVI is famous for. There are also bikes dressed up in GIVI cases and accessories.

But the biggest and most awe-inspiring pavilion definitely belongs to PETRONAS. It’s a building onto itself! It showcases the Malaysian petroleum giant’s involvement in motorsports and the many products offered.

Directly opposite are Yamaha and ENEOS. ENEOS is the technical partner to the factory Monster Energy Yamaha Racing Team. Not as many bikes on display this year but the main draw is the Yamaha T7/Tenere 700 adventure bike. When will come to Malaysia? There’s also a Niken resplendent in Yamalube colours. You can also find original Yamaha merchandise here.

Next is Honda. The manufacturer is celebrating their 25th constructor’s title from Marc Marquez’s win at Motegi besides 60 years of Grand Prix racing. Displayed on the main stage are the RC171 from 1959, the current RC213V and NSR500. Honda’s latest bikes to the sides and behind this stage. There is also an RC213V “lean machine” staged in front of green background. Participants need to strike their best poses like Marquez cornering at 70 degress. There are also official Honda merchandise on sale.

KYT and Suomy helmets display two giant helmets outside their booth. Inside are the racers’ replica helmets placed in transparent cases. Other colourful helmets grace the walls.

The Kawasaki booth is as impressive as ever. Focal point are the Ninja ZX-10RR and Ninja ZX-10R in KRT (Kawasaki Racing Team in WorldSBK) colours. Jonathan Rea and the manufacturer have just won their fifth WorldSBK title in a row. Also on display is the H2SX SE supercharged sport-tourer.

Hodaka Motorworld’s pavillon was extra busy when we visited yesterday, especially in the Scorpion helmets section. Fans stopped by to check out Fabio Quartararo’s replica race helmet. The mega distributor carried 60-plus brands including RS Taichi, TCX boots, Komine, UClear, Oxford and Vrooam lubricants. You can see Hafizh Syahrin’s actual RS Taichi race suit here.

There’s one booth which sells licensed VR46 products. We speculate that it’ll be very busy soon!

KTM Malaysia displayed their latest road and off-road bikes. The new Six Day Portugal EX-C/F enduro is there, as well as the 790 Duke, 790 Adventure, 1290 Super Duke GT, and more. Adiva and Zontes were next door. A new adventure-ready Z310-T complete with wire-spoked wheels is on display, as well as the new Z310-X and Z310-R with single-sided swingarm.

There’s a new concept for BMW Motorrad Malaysia’s pavilion this year with the launch of the 2019 S 1000RR superbike. Inside, there’s a mini pit lane complete with mini rolling shutter doors to store the S 1000 RR. On display are also the newly launched 2019 R 1250 RS and R 1250 R, among other models such as the R 1250 GS, K 1600 GT, R 1250 RT, R nine T and many more.

The SHARK Helmets and Furygan booth was doing brisk business today. Look our for great deals for the professional-grade helmets and beautiful Furygan riding gear.

HJC Helmets Malaysia has a much bigger booth today. The graphics and design of the Korean helmets have definitely picked up over the last few years. The Marvel Comics and Star Wars tie-in helmets are also on display. HJC Helmets Malaysia has a special deal over MotoGP weekend.

There are many more exhibitors on both sides of the mall. They are of well-known brands such as Idemitsu, GoPro, Tissot, NGK, Motul, Maxxis, Shoei and Alpinestars, Benelli and SYM, Suzuki, Red Bull, and many many more.

The Shell Hillstand is on the right side of the main entrance, overlooking Turns 12, 13 and 14. As advertised, this huge expanse is served by many vendors including Ducati, Kedai Ayamas, Baskin Robbins, Costa Coffee, Tealive, Desmo Owners Club Malaysia (DOCM), and so forth. There are also suraus. The Monster Energy pavilion is here, staffed by truly hot models. At the end of the long walk is the huge stage and Shell VIP Lounge.


These are only some of the attractions you’ll find at the 2019 Shell Malaysia Motorcycle Grand Prix. The vendors are too many to list, similarly the activities and games, promotions. You need to attend to soak in the atmosphere.

Lest we forget, you can also hop onto a Rapid KL shuttle bus to get there and back. It’ll save you time and expensive parking fees.

See you there!

  • The Winnows Ducati MotoGP team held a meet and greet at Shell KLIA station.

  • Andrea Dovizioso and Danilo Petrucci held an autograph and photography session.

  • Ducati riders also attended the event.

The Winnows Ducati MotoGP team took over a Shell station for their meet and greet the fans session.

Shell is the sponsor and technical partner to the Winnows Ducati MotoGP team, so it was appropriate that a meet and greet session with Ducati fans and Shell consumers at a Shell petrol station. One fuel pump island was fully dressed in Ducati branding.

Customers who were driving out of the station couldn’t help slowing down and snapping quick shots of the riders from their cars.

Factory Ducati riders Andrea Dovizioso and Danilo Petrucci attended the event. They spoke about Shell’s role in helping them to attain great results in MotoGP. They also answered a number of questions fielded by the contingent of Ducati owners. A few owners showed up on rare Ducatis including a 999R and the new Panigale V4 R super-superbike.

The riders then proceeded to sign autographs for the fans. The Ducati riders had the items they needed to be autographed at the ready including helmets, caps, t-shirts and even their motorcycles. Some Shell station customers also took the opportunity to obtain autographs.

The aforementioned Ducati Panigale V4 R rider was elated to have Andrea Dovizioso autograph his bike’s fuel tank.

All the excitement is part of the build up to the 2019 Shell Malaysia Motorcycle Grand Prix, from 1st to 3rd November 2019.

  • Kunjungi Shell Advance Ride-Thru di Shell MotoGP 2018 untuk pengalaman yang tidak dapat dilupakan.
  • Anda akan menerima perkhidmatan yang terbaik dengan perbelanjaan minima serendah RM30 sahaja.
  • Shell Advance Ride-Thru ini terletak di kawasan parkir P1.


  • Visit the Shell Advance Ride-Thru at the Shell MotoGP 2018 for an unbeatable experience.

  • You will receive the best of the best with a minimal spending of just RM30.

  • The Shell Advance Ride-Thru is located at the P1 parking area.

Here’s a great way to experience the Shell Malaysia MotoGP 2018. Why not try out the Shell Advance Ride-Thru?

Oh, we know how it’s like at MotoGP. You ride there all hyped up about the atmosphere and race ahead of you. You’re thinking about the glitzy new bikes on display, opportunities to selfie with hot models, win some exclusive prizes, see your heroes in action.

But the road starts to get hectic by the time you near Sepang International Circuit. On top of that, you have to find a place to park your bike. That’ll be RM20, please. And there’ve been rumors circulating around that parts of the bikes go missing. Oh dear.The solution is? Shell Advance Ride-Thru.

It couldn’t get any simpler:

  • Ride right up to the counter;
  • Select the Shell Advance Package you prefer;
  • Leave your bike with the trained mechanics;
  • Shell provides a new oil filter for your bike – FOC! (No kidding!);
  • Go relax at the lounge or head into SIC’s mall area;
  • Your motorcycle will be parked in a secure area right next to the booth after it is serviced.

All for a minimum of just RM30.

However, if you also opt for the Add-On Package, you will receive:

  • Topping off your tank with Shell V-Power petrol;
  • A motorcycle cover;
  • A hill stand ticket.

For just another RM30.

So, not only could you enjoy the race in peace, but your motorcycle would’ve been taken care of in the best possible manner when you return. It’s almost better than selfies with hot MotoGP models.

NOTE: Servicing is only open to motorcycles 250cc and below. Please refer to the picture below.


  • Franco Morbidelli (EG 0,0 Marc VDS) telah memenangi takhta Juara Dunia Moto2 2017 selepas Thomas Luthi diisytiharkan tidak cergas akibat keretakan pada buku lalinya.
  • Penunggang bagi pasukan KTM Red Bull, Miguel Oliveira dan Brad Binder sekali lagi meraikan penamat satu-dua di atas dengan Morbidelli melengkapkan tempat terakhir di atas podium.
  • Morbidelli dan Luthi bakal berpindah ke MotoGP pada musim akan datang, menjadi teman sepasukan di pasukan Marc VDS.


Franco Morbidelli (EG 0,0 Marc VDS) has won the 2017 Moto2 World Champion after Thomas Luthi was declared unfit due to a fractured ankle.

Red Bull KTM riders Miguel Oliveira and Brad Binder celebrated yet another one-two finish with Morbidelli completing the final podium spot.

Morbidelli and Luthi will graduate to MotoGP next season in the same Marc VDS team.

The scene could not have been more dramatic during the Shell Malaysia MotoGP round at the Sepang International Circuit. All weekend, the Moto2 riders have gone through severe heat to sudden bursts of rain to keep them on their toes. None more so than the two riders who were fighting for the 2017 Moto2 championship, Franco Morbidelli (EG 0,0 Marc VDS) and Thomas Luthi (CarXpert Interwetten). (more…)



  • Kawasaki telah merancang aktiviti yang hebat sempena pusingan Shell Malaysia MotoGP 2017 yang akan berlangsung pada hujung minggu ini (27 Oktober – 29 Oktober 2017).
  • Gerai pameran Kawasaki yang telah disediakan akan memperagakan ke semua rangkaian motosikal Kawasaki, termasuklah model Ninja ZX-10R, Ninja ZX-10RR, Ninja H2 dan H2R.
  • Konvoi besar-besaran melebihi 300 orang pemilik motosikal Kawasaki akan berhimpun di Padang Merbok sebelum menuju ke Litar Antarabangsa Sepang (SIC) bagi menyaksikan perlumbaan MotoGP.


It’s that time of the year again when thousands of people descend upon the Sepang International Circuit for the only MotoGP race in this part of the world, for now – the Shell Malaysia MotoGP round.

And as we have witnessed for the last 10 years, Kawasaki will have a mighty presence once again in the form of a motorcycle convoy consisting of hundreds of motorcycles, and a massive exhibition booth.

The exhibition booth will have on display the full Kawasaki range of models including the Ninja ZX-10R WSBK Replica which won the World Superbike Championship in 2013, 2015 and in 2016. There will also be the Ninja ZX-10RR, the base model which recently won the 2017 World Superbike Championship and the Supercharged ‘Built Beyond Belief’ Kawasaki Ninja H2 and H2R.

And then on Sunday the 29th of October, Kawasaki’s iconic MotoGP Convoy featuring more than 300 Kawasaki bikers will head to the circuit to watch the MotoGP race. The convoy will first congregate at the Padang Merbok in Jalan Parlimen, Kuala Lumpur where Dato Jeffrey Lim, General Manager & Director of KMSB will officially flag off the convoy.

Kawasaki always puts on a grand show at the convoy and at their booth, and this year they will have Nestle Son Bhd serving coffee at the Kawasaki Coffee Break stand, and Tokio Marine Insurance will also be on hand to advise bikers on their products and services.

For more information on the Kawasaki convoy and the booth, visit the official website by clicking here, or visit Kawasaki’s Facebook page here. See you there!


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