Malaysian GP boss admits 2015 race could be Sepang’s last 28 November, 2012 Nov.28 (GMM) Razlan Razali, the chief of the Malaysian Grand Prix, has revealed that the 2015 race could be the Sepang circuit’s last Formula One race. He told Isportconnect it is “too early to even think” about whether the existing contract will be extended. “I think for the event to be successful and to even consider the event going beyond 2015, and paying lots of money to formula one, FOM must help the circuit to try and allow us to do as much as possible to get spectators to come to the circuit,” said Razali. He said another issue is the race’s late start time. “Put it this way,” said Razali, “in the event that we decide to go beyond 2015, there are various key points that we insist upon changing before we even talk about [it], including the starting time.” Subbed by AJN. Related NewsInside Line: Williams show exactly why they are Formula 1′s classiest actInside Line: Bravo Felipe Massa!F1 legend Moss backs Massa over Williams team ordersTech Talk: McLaren MP4-29 new nosecone explained and analysedTech Talk: Exactly what did Mercedes have in their bag of tricks for Malaysia?Ex F1 drivers say Massa wrong to ignore team ordersHamilton: We learned a lot from practice and that is why I blew Nico awayMarko: With a better engine we would be at the top, but we have 80 horsepower deficitMercedes rivals fear that the gap will be hard to closeFuel flow sensor problems persist for Red Bull in Malaysia Emaaduddin I hope not.. I want to see F1 at Sepang long after 2015.. Its one of the best and most exciting race on the F1 calendar.