The 2023 championship season for two- and four-wheeled racing categories has begun at the Malaysia Speed Festival (MSF), which debuted in 2010. The first round took place this weekend, on March 5, 2023.
This will take place at the Sepang International track, where the MSF SuperTurismo series for production-based cars and the MSF Superbikes series for two-wheelers will once again be held on the 5.5 km-long, 15-turn track.
Production cars are divided into three divisions for racing in MSF SuperTurismo: the Ultimate Series, Super Series, and Production Series, as well as the one-make Saga Cup, which is proving to be very popular with starting grids of up to 70 cars.
This year, a brand-new endurance race called the Merdeka 88 Endurance will be added to MSF SuperTurismo. The new race on the schedule will feature 88 circuits on the Sepang International Circuit, as its name implies.
Participants in the MSF Superbikes competition for motorcycles will be divided into the All Stars, GP Master, GP Pro, GP X, and Super Rookie categories. (measured by lap times).
This year, MSF SuperTurismo will be run in six races at the Sepang International Circuit: on March 5, June 11, July 9, September 17, and the championship round on October 22. Four of those dates—March 5, July 9, September 17, and the conclusion on October 22—will be shared by MSF Superbikes.