Following the sneak peak reveal earlier this week, Sector3 Studios have now officially announced Sepang is coming to RaceRoom, with plenty of new preview images. The Sepang International Circuit has played host to Formula One Grand Prix since 1999, and in that time the event has gradually won favour with fans of the sport for its tendency to produce often dramatic and eventful racing action. With the agreement to host Formula One Grand Prix ending at the close of this season, Sector3 Studios have moved quickly to announce the new circuit in time for the corresponding final Grand Prix this weekend, bringing yet another Formula One grade venue to the RaceRoom Racing Experience simulation. Running at 5.54 km in length, the new track will be made available in three different variations when it is released later this year. The full length Grand Prix layout will join the shorter North and South variations, and thanks to the close working arrangement with Formula One track designer Herman Tilke, the new track has been designed from the original architects drawings, helping Sector3 produce what they describe as the "best possible accuracy of the layout and surroundings". You can check out the preview images below: RaceRoom Racing Experience is a PC exclusive racing simulation available as a free to play base software with additional paid content available through the RaceRoom Store. Take your RaceRoom Racing Experience online with RaceDepartment. Check out our Club and League Racing sub forum for a great place to sample a popular and wide cross-section of cars and tracks from Sector3 Studios current racing simulation. As well as organised Club and League events, we also host a number of mods and car setups, plus a thriving sub forum dedicated to this racing title. Happy to hear Sepang is set to join the simulation? Do you think the track will be a welcome addition to R3E? Any other tracks you would like to see added in the future? Let us know in the comments section below!