This Sunday's races at Sepang will run later than normal, so that motorsport fans can watch both the F1 season finale at Suzuka, Japan, and the Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix.

While the F1 crown will definitely go to either Michael Schumacher or Kimi Raikkonen, the MotoGP title could also be decided on Sunday, in Valentino Rossi's favour, with two rounds still to follow.

The Sepang race start times will be delayed by around one and half hours to avoid a clash:

12.30 - Malaysian 125cc GP
14.00 - Malaysian 250cc GP
15.30 - Malaysian MotoGP

 

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