Malaysia Grand Prix™

Race Day Recipes Track Facts

⇒ The Malaysia Grand Prix™ has been on the circuit since 1999.
⇒ Lewis took poll position in 2014 with a 3-stop strategy.
⇒ Drivers can lose over one half gallon of water during the race through their own sweat!
⇒ Are we getting our first rain race of the season? We hope so! But how will those un-tested wet weather tires work?
⇒ Will we see the return of Alonso with McLaren? Keep your fingers crossed and get out your McLaren gear!

The Malaysia Grand Prix is held at the Sepang International Circuit at Sepang, Malaysia


Sepang International Circuit has 15 turns, 56 laps, and 2 DRS Zones on the front and back straights.

Sepang International Circuit diagram

Sepang International Circuit

Now for the menu planning!

Sage concocted these delicious Kaffir Lime and Ginger Tonics

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Malaysian Chicken Satay makes the perfect meat on a stick! Check out our recipe for THE Peanut Dipping Sauce to serve on the side.

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Impress your guests with the exotic flavors in our Beef Rib Rendang

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And if you were starting top think we never made salads, try this delicious pea-nutty Malay Noodle Salad 

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For the dessert finale, we took a twist on the traditional Ondeh-Ondeh by adding Kaffir Lime and Ginger

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Don’t forget The Accoutrements and some beers that are popular in Malaysian. We usually try to go with Guinness, Carlsberg, or Heineken!

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Happy Race Day to you!

*Feature photo from Carefreebaliholidays.com



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