There are lots of ways to try and beat the January blues and while dreaming of warmer climes might be one idea, lining up a bumper motorsport trip to the Sepang International Circuit could be the perfect solution.

Sepang is gearing up for a monumental 2016 by giving its track a complete resurfacing which is expected to be completed by early May ahead an intense summer schedule.

With the World Superbike championship getting things rolling on the 13-15 May, Formula 1 stops off at Sepang on the 30 September to the 2 October before the Malaysian circuit hosts two global spectacles inside one month when MotoGP visits on the 28-30 October for the penultimate round of the championship. Who can forget last year's action when Valentino Rossi and Marc Marquez traded blows and set the world title fight alight.

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With two international sporting events inside one month, Sepang will produce a treat for motorsport fans who can now take advantage of the opportunity by purchasing 'Super Early Bird' ticket packages which offer up to 50% discount which ends 15th February for F1. With tickets from as low as USD21.50 and two weeks after the Singapore GP race, F1 fans have a chance to enjoy two F1 races in one trip with many exciting activities leading up to the Malaysian race.

The two wheel race early bird promo is also up for grabs until 21 March with savings up to USD47.50 and tickets from as low as USD6.90 for WSBK and USD10.60 for MotoGP. With a record breaking sold out at the Malaysian race last year for the MotoGP, fans are urge to get tickets early.

The Sepang International Circuit has also introduced DRIVE M7 SIC Racing Team riders Jakub Kornfeil and Adam Norrodin in Moto3, while Malaysia will be represented by Muhammad Zulfahmi Khairuddin in the World Supersport category for a rookie campaign in 2016.

SIC concludes the year with the Sepang 12 Hours which made its debut on the racing calendar in 2015 and is planning for a bigger and better international competition by hosting the final leg of the Intercontinental GT Challenge on the 10-11 December

With a delightful central East Asian location, setting and warm weather it is excellent value for money and planning your trip could not be easier with regular flights from major European cities to Kuala Lumpur.

In addition, fans with disabilities can now buy special discount tickets for all international races - World Superbike, F1 and MotoGP - for designated seating areas to cater for any particular needs.

Sepang is also introducing a new special child ticket exclusive for F1 which is currently on offer at a 50% discount.

Motul FIM Superbike World Championship 13 - 15 May

2016 Formula 1 Malaysia Grand Prix 30 Sep - 2 Oct

Shell Malaysia Motorcycle Grand Prix 28 - 30 Oct

(Terms and conditions apply to Super Early Bird and Early Bird Promo)

For the full information on dates, tickets are up to 50% discount from now till 15th February. Visit www.sepangcircuit.com or Sepang's official Facebook page