<strong>Where:</strong> Sepang International Circuit, Kuala Lumpur
<strong>When:</strong> QUALIFYING: Saturday 28th March 9:00am – RACE: Sunday 29th March 8:00am
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Track: Sepang International Circuit
Lap Record: Michael Schumacher 1:24.125 (2004)
Tyre Compounds: Medium, Hard
Defending Champion: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
DRS Zones: Main Straight & T14 to T15
After the unknown of the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, Formula One gets down to business in Malaysia this weekend.
The first round in Australia was a continuation of 2014, with nobody able to stop the dominance of the Mercedes pairing of Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg.
It was a race to forget.
Just 15 cars lined up on the grid, and only 11 cars managed to cross the line and see the checkered flag.
Teams will be hoping to have ironed out many of its technical issues come this weekend, but the unpredictability of the weather in Kuala Lumpur means drivers and engineers will be keeping one eye over the skies above.
The Malaysian Grand Prix is often hit with monsoonal weather that plays havoc on team strategy, but makes for entertaining viewing.
There’s no doubt Mercedes will be expected to repeat its domination from a fortnight ago, but a big downpour could see the likes of Ferrari, Williams and, to a lesser extent, Red Bull have a chance of standing on the top step of the podium.
Will Mercedes make it two from two? Or is there an upset win on the cards?
Make sure you tune in to find out!
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