Crash.Net User: Nelson Lim

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Nelson Lim

September 20, 2009 7:50 PM

F1 » Raikkonen 'has signed' 2010 outline agreement with McLaren

@richard Qualifying next season would be like 3 sessions of Q2. The fastest car gets pole position. Regarding Kimi, I'd like to see him and Alonso at Ferrari to show us who's the better driver of the two. Ferrari should keep Massa as a reserve since there's no telling whether he can get back to his previous skill level or not. On the business point of view, it would be cheaper to pay off Massa to sit out next season than pay off Kimi's contract and let him drive for another team.

Nelson Lim

July 30, 2009 5:30 PM

F1 » Lauda on Schumacher: Watch him go!

Also, Lewis is by far the best Braker/Overtaker I have ever seen in 25 years of watching F1 - alex Which F1 are you talking about? I have been closely following F1 for over 25 years and there are definitely a lot of drivers who are better than Lewis on those two categories. Sure Lewis could end up to be the greatest of them all someday but it's still too early to say.

Nelson Lim

July 29, 2009 10:50 AM

F1 » BMW follows Honda out of F1

Well, I guess, the person who shoulders much of the blame for this exodus is Greedy Bernie himself. If only he and CVC gave the teams at least 70 percent of the profits, none of the teams would have had problems with their budget. Considering that F1 earns several billions a year, it makes you wonder why only a few hundred million goes to the teams, who in fact, are the reason why people watch F1. It's no wonder then why Bernie was already making excuses even before BMW made the announcement. Feeling guilty are we, Greedy Dwarf?

Nelson Lim

October 27, 2008 9:37 PM

F1 » Ferrari in F1 quit threat.

A standardized engine for F1 is a mad idea and the Mad Nazi at the FIA is only digging his own grave ever more deeper. I guess this is his only way of boosting his damaged ego and his refusal to admit that he's no more than a lame duck president awaiting his exit. If Ferrari does leave, the other manufacturers are sure to follow suit. Then that would be the end of F1. :rolleyes:

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