Shah Alam Circuit

The Shah Alam Circuit is a former race track in Shah Alam ( Malaysia). Common name for the route were also Batu Tiga or Selangor.

It was opened by hosting the Grand Prix of Malaysia 1968. Has won this race from Indonesians Hengkie Iriawan to Elfin - Ford. Shah Alam was the venue for the Grand Prix of Malaysia until 1982, with the starting field this Grand Prix alternately composed of cars of Formula Atlantic, Formula Pacific or Formula 2.

In 1985, the opening 3.38 km long stretch was ( in Figure marked in red) renewed and the curve 11, it was also built, which the path length increased to 3.693 km. The first major international race was won a round of the World Sportscar Championship of Jacky Ickx and Jochen Mass on Porsche 962 C. However, the World Cup did not return to the close, with many walls surrounded route back. So it was to build because of an accident during the Grand Prix of Malaysia, which killed at least five children, temporarily closed to fishing fences and guard rails in 1977.

1990 and 1991 runs were discharged to the Superbike World Championship. As of 1991, the motorcycle world championship guested on her Grand Prix of Malaysia. With a total of four wins to 1997 was Mick Doohan 's most successful rider of the 500cc class. Thereafter, the motorcycle Grand Prix moved to Johor and later to Sepang.

A recent Malaysian Grand Prix for Formula cars was held according to the rules of the Australian Formula Holden in 1995. As of 1999, the Malaysian Grand Prix was then discharged as part of the Formula 1 World Championship in Sepang.

In 2003 the route was then demolished and built over with houses.