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[Dunia] Vietnam pun dah anjurkan Formula 1, MALU LA SIKIT YANG TENTANG F! KEMBALI KE MALAYSIA

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Post time 22-4-2019 12:37 PM | Show all posts |Read mode
negara macam vietnam pun dah anjurkan F1
yang malaysia ni plak pergi cancel f1
jadi takut lama
jadi la penanam padi dan buah mempelam dengan menolak teknologi


Crowds throng Vietnam F1 site for sneak peek



The crowds in Hanoi getting a taste of Formula One racing on Saturday as David Coulthard performs tricks such as "doughnuts" in his Red Bull car during a preview of next year's Vietnam Grand Prix.PHOTO: AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE




HANOI • Tens of thousands of spectators turned out in Hanoi on Saturday to watch a demonstration at the site of Formula One's Vietnamese Grand Prix circuit by former F1 racer David Coulthard and fellow British driver Jake Dennis.
"Obviously, it's a great privilege to be here in Vietnam. I believe there were over 50,000 people here, which is amazing. I definitely won't forget it," Dennis told the state-run Vietnam Television channel after the drives outside My Dinh National Stadium.
The demonstration drives in a Red Bull car comprised largely of "doughnuts", when the driver rotates the rear or front of the vehicle around the opposite set of wheels in a continuous circular motion.

"We hope that in one year's time, the grand prix will be a great success," Dennis added of the race which will make its debut next year.
Coulthard also hailed the energy of the crowd, adding: "It was pretty dusty out there but, in fairness to the city, they're building a grand prix track on this site as we speak and it (the crowd) just added to the visual aspect."
The race will be staged from April 2020 on a 5.565km street circuit. It will use new track and roads around Hanoi's My Dinh National Stadium in the city's Tu Liem district.





Construction of the track, which has been designed by the German company Tilke Engineers & Architects, began last month.
Vietnam will be only the third South-east Asian country to host a grand prix, after Malaysia and Singapore and is the first new race announced under Liberty Media's ownership of the sport.
Hanoi authorities had stated that funding for the race will come from the private sector and that there will be no government subsidy.
Property conglomerate Vingroup had signed a 10-year multi-million-dollar deal with F1 last year reported in state media to be costing Vietnam US$60 million (S$81 million) per year.
The sport is not particularly popular in the country, although Vietnamese sports fans follow even minor tournaments involving national teams.
F1 chief Jean Todt last month hailed the grand prix in Hanoi as a great opportunity to open doors for people with "a passion" for motor sport in South-east Asia.

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Post time 22-4-2019 12:37 PM | Show all posts
tetibe ada plak duit ye..

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gujiwa replied at 22-4-2019 12:37 PM
tetibe ada plak duit ye..

vietnam pun dah bleh ke hadapan anjur f1

malaysia pula ke belakang jadi bangsa peasant
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Post time 22-4-2019 12:44 PM | Show all posts
Knights replied at 22-4-2019 12:41 PM
vietnam pun dah bleh ke hadapan anjur f1

malaysia pula ke belakang jadi bangsa peasant

malaysia ni mmg bangsa kebelakang.. sbb ada pemimpin duk jaja malaysia bankrup..
malaysia di jual.. malaysia itu ini..
fitnah tu dah jadi zikir hari2x..
skrg rasainnn.. ape yang uols nak buat.. nak harap kan 100% sokongan tidak lagi..
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gujiwa replied at 22-4-2019 12:44 PM
malaysia ni mmg bangsa kebelakang.. sbb ada pemimpin duk jaja malaysia bankrup..
malaysia di jua ...

sorang pemimpin tu dah kena bicara hari ni

tengah menanti saat masa sebelum dihumban ke sungai buloh
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Post time 22-4-2019 12:56 PM | Show all posts
so yesterday la f1 ni..peminat pn dah makin kurang..baik gomen kekalkan jah anjur formula E (mcm f1 gak tapi keta pkai kete elektrik) kat putrajaya tuh.
electric car is the future.lebih mesra alam lg pun nk tgk race x payah beli teket msuk litar sbb race kat jalan raya jah.
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Post time 22-4-2019 01:13 PM | Show all posts
F1 ni ibarat WWF...... early 2000's things
yg bestnya F1 dulu ada buat pre party...mcm Vietnam buat ni Armin Van Buuren host F1 pre party
tapi kat darul taliban ni jgn harap lg la dapat
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Post time 22-4-2019 03:58 PM | Show all posts
mcm mau muntah aku dgn perangi org PH ni...
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Post time 22-4-2019 04:09 PM | Show all posts
Edited by brego at 22-4-2019 04:12 PM

mahacai punya logik.
negara maju punya indicator - jadi host F1.

jangan kata Vietnam, Azerbaijan pun jadi host sekarang nih.
tak susah pun nak jadi host,
cuma bayar hosting fee license berpuluh juta dolar pada F1 Supremo - Bernie Ecclestone

pelik aku dengan Pakatun Hancing, kata takde duit.
dalam masa paw duit rakyat dgn macam2 cukai baru,
ada pulak bajet dia nak beli license anjur racing F1.

ker macam  biasa, atok daddykasi suruh Petronas jadi sponsor?  
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Post time 22-4-2019 04:09 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Edited by iloveselangor at 22-4-2019 04:17 PM
Knights replied at 22-4-2019 12:41 PM
vietnam pun dah bleh ke hadapan anjur f1

malaysia pula ke belakang jadi bangsa peasant


F1 ni zaman abah atok ko fames la...orang zaman sekarang x layan dah sukan zaman 90s camtu..diorng suka Fun Run, Marathon, Hiking, Ultra Run, Archery, Cycling, Kayaking, Water Rafting.

Lebih baik fokus pada taman2 Hijau untuk aktiviti sukan cam aku sebut tu.
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Post time 22-4-2019 04:10 PM | Show all posts
Edited by monreyes at 22-4-2019 04:11 PM

Msian F1 is a loss making biz...
takkan tak tau..
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Post time 22-4-2019 04:11 PM | Show all posts
http://www.utusan.com.my/sukan/l ... lepas-2018-1.410485

tiap thn rugi RM300M...
apa bangang biz mcm tu...
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Post time 22-4-2019 04:15 PM | Show all posts
sibuk ngan F1...
bursa saham terjunam taknak lak disibukkan...

dasar hanat..
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Post time 22-4-2019 04:32 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
ctaz replied at 22-4-2019 04:15 PM
sibuk ngan F1...
bursa saham terjunam taknak lak disibukkan...



The Bursa Bull Charge Run

Ada faedah jugak dianjurkan berbanding F1 tu....rakyat Malaysia tak minat sukan automatif...

Orang Malaysia minat sukan yg diorg boleh participate.
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Post time 22-4-2019 04:34 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Knights replied at 22-4-2019 12:41 PM
vietnam pun dah bleh ke hadapan anjur f1

malaysia pula ke belakang jadi bangsa peasant

apa ko dpt...dan berapa punyalah banyak ko dpt..banding kos???
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Post time 22-4-2019 04:34 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
monreyes replied at 22-4-2019 04:10 PM
Msian F1 is a loss making biz...
takkan tak tau..

Rugi sebab pelancong luar kata Malaysia panas sangat kalau nak lepak atas padang time F1...bawa payung Pon tetap panas.. even org Malaysia Pon Tak koser nak duduk atas padang time Matahari Rembang
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Post time 22-4-2019 04:35 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Sama2 bodoh. VIETNAM xde hutang 1 triliun kencing.  Hehe
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Post time 22-4-2019 04:35 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Katalah satu hari che det cakap nak anjur festival berak tepi pantai, aku dapat bayangkan antara peserta2 yg sedia nganga mulut.
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Post time 22-4-2019 04:41 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Sukan perahu layar ni antara sukan yg orang Malaysia minat...pelancong asing pon minat nak join

Baik fokus sukan camni.

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Post time 22-4-2019 04:55 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Nah baca Kat sini apa yg expart kata pasal sukan kegemaran orang Malaysia

Run, Malaysia, run
APRIL 21, 2019 @ 12:05AM
BY FANNY BUCHELI-ROTTER

Running is accessible to anybody and doesnt require expensive equipment. FILE PIC

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OUTDOOR running has become one of Malaysians best-loved sports activities.

Despite the tropical climate, you see elderly people running laps in every park during the early morning hours, and younger ones even in the unforgiving midday heat. How come this is a good idea?

Before moving to Malaysia, I subscribed to the slightly patronising and clichd notion of groups of retirees engaged in silent sessions of tai chi in the wee hours of dawn. I imagined scenes featuring serene crowds of elderlies in loose fitting attire and comfortable canvas footwear practising this art of slow and meditative movement, preferably somewhere close to a pond or a river.

While you still see this in and around Kuala Lumpur regularly, many of the frail little ladies of my imagination have somehow morphed into sword-wielding, fan-throwing or techno music-supported congregations of anything but defenceless seniors.

There is some clinical evidence supporting health benefits of tai chi. Better balance achieved through core strength reduces the risk of falling and its slow and deliberate execution enables people with certain ailments to enjoy a form of exercise without causing shortness of breath or pain. However, as it is best enjoyed in groups, it isnt the perfect sport for todays individualistic, me, myself and I-focused society.

So, everybody else is running. Running laps on the reasonably flat jogging path around Lake Gardens, running up and down the literally breath-taking slopes of Bukit Kiara, or running along the footpaths of their neighbourhood streets. Each one plugged in to some sort of entertainment courtesy of modern mobile communication; each one in their own little bubble.

Long-distance running has become massively popular. While I would call it individual mass competition, others call it marathon running. In fact, an online search yields no fewer than 27 organised runs between 3 and 30 km this weekend alone.

Venues are spread around the country, and forms vary from regular road running to forest trails and even to the super challenging KL Tower International Towerthon Challenge, where contestants run to the top of Menara KL and back.

My own experience is restricted to one puny 10km run through the gorgeous, and flat, landscapes of the Angkor Wat temple complex of Siem Reap, Cambodia. My motivation got seriously challenged when I was overtaken by a young guy in flip flops and all but destroyed as I was left in the dust by an older participant on one leg.

Lets agree that marathons are not my cup of tea. That doesnt mean, however, that I lack admiration for my fellow humans who embrace this sport. One clear plus is certainly the fact that it is accessible to virtually anybody, since it hardly requires any expensive equipment at all (not even running shoes, since flip flops seem to work just fine). Another big bonus is the amount of money that goes to deserving charities, as many events not only collect funds, but also highlight the plight of disadvantaged members of our society.

The most important factor, however, in my mind, is the benefit it awards the runners themselves. Of course, there is the perk of being physically fit. But more importantly, running long distances seems to aid ones psyche tremendously. As one record holding professional runner puts it, running is like a relationship. Its hard work, but the rewards are remarkable.

Many spare-time runners will agree with her that running enhances their quality of life. Its not only the endorphins released into my system, she continues, its not an addiction.

Instead she tells of a sense of freedom, the uninterrupted play with thoughts, the serenity that she feels while running. Its about all the good feelings that an early morning run lets you bring into your day.

Like I said, Im not a runner. But freedom, serenity, time to let your mind run wild? I now understand why so many Malaysians, young and not so young, engage in marathon training before they brave the morning rush hour traffic of a loud and crowded city.

The writer is a long-term expatriate, a restless traveller, an observer of the human condition and unapologetically insubordinate.
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