Losing track?

Malaysia's Sepang Formula One event is losing traction, according to the circuit's boss who admitted the shabby stadium and tropical temperatures have caused ticket sales to plunge.

That was the first paragraph of M.Jegathesan's report for AFP yesterday. Red the full article here.

But an industry player, who is going to organise a major racing event in Sepang, shared his thoughts in an email to me this morning;

"S'pore who is also sharing the same challenges (minus facilities...where they channel funding properly to facilities even though track has to set up yearly) and yet they can do a better job!!
Conclusion?? It's the people , the management that make the diff."

What's your conclusion?

HD says: Jegathesan speaks fluent Japanese, thanks to his wife.


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