Formula One has been going through some significant changes ever since U.S. media giant Liberty Media took over last year. Longtime F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone was ousted from the company back in January, and now, Liberty has decided not to renew its contract for the Malaysian Grand Prix.
The Malaysian Grand Prix was added to the calendar back in 1999, held at the Sepang International Circuit all the way up until this year. High running costs and low ticket sales are cited as the reasons behind dropping the race for 2018, per .
The open spot on the calendar will replaced by a German Grand Prix, something not present on the 2017 schedule. It's not yet clear whether the race will be held at Hockenheim or the Nurburgring GP circuit.
So if you've been dying to attend the Malaysian Grand Prix, this year might be your last chance. The race is on October 1st, so don't miss it.