The KL City GP has just ended its inaugural run over the weekend and already, it appears as though it may have a rival exhibition from the south in the near future. Tunku Ismail Idris ibni Sultan Ibrahim, has signalled his intentions to revive such an event on his Instagram page following the conclusion of the aforementioned KL-based race event.

So while the KL City GP can lay claim to being the first street race to take place in the capital, it trails behind the state of Johor Bahru when it comes to having the honour of hosting the first-ever Grand Prix in Malaysia – said to have taken place in the city of Johor Bahru way back in 1940, according to Tunku Idris.

Not much information has been divulged on the alleged street race so far but a closer look at said Instagram page has revealed plenty of support for the event. What do you guys think? Would Malaysia be able to pull off hosting our version of the Monaco AND Macau Grand Prix? Let us know in the comments below.