Sepang International Circuit has announced that the first MotoGP tests of 2012 will be open to the public.
The MotoGP field will reconvene at the Malaysian track for the first test of the season on 31 January to 2 February, returning for the second test on 28 February to 1 March.
The sessions will mark the first time the MotoGP riders have been out at Sepang since Marco Simoncelli lost his life in last October's Malaysian Grand Prix.
It will also be 2010 champion Jorge Lorenzo's first time on track since he suffered season-ending injuries in a crash at the 2011 Australian GP.
Sepang CEO Datuk Ahmad Razlan Ahmad Razali said: "SIC is proud to be one of the few circuits to be the official circuit for MotoGP testing and our circuit is favourable and well-liked by both riders and especially manufacturers in developing their bikes."