Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Lee Chong Wei dan F1 1 Malaysia dari perspektif akhbar Cina.

Berikut antara pandangan akhbar Sin Jew Jit Poh berkenaan penglibatan kerajaan Malaysia dalam proses mempromosi nama negara melalui sukan

~ Lee Chong Wei menaikkan dan mempromosi nama negara atas usaha gigih sendiri melalui kemenangan 12 kejuaraan Super Series (tidak termasuk 2 kejuaraan Super Series Masters) yg telah di kecapinya.

~ Lotus 1Malaysia (perlumbaan pertama mendapat tempat ke 15 & 17 dengan ketinggalan 2 pusingan di belakang juara) mempromosikan nama negara atas usaha gigih bantuan kerajaan yg bernilai RM300 juta semusim tidak termasuk membelanjakan sebanyak RM15 juta setahun untuk melatih pemandu F1 tempatan.

Jika benar2 mahu mempromosikan nama negara kenapa tidak menaja saja jersey pasukan kelab EPL yg puratanya cuma menelan belanja 2 juta pound (RM 10.1 juta) semusim. Ini lebih beruntung (atas dasar mempromosi nama Malaysia) jika dibuat perbandingan manusia yg menonton F1 yg mana puratanya adalah sebanyak 600 juta jika dibandingkan menusia yg menonton setiap perlawanan bola sepak EPL (mengambil contoh MU lwn Arsenal) adalah sebanyak 1 billion penonton !

Toyota (automobil gergasi yg sudah maju) dah lapan tahun (139 perlumbaan) melibatkan diri dalam F1. Cuma mengumpul koleksi petak utama sebanyak 3 kali dan naik podium sebanyak 13 kali dimana akhirnya menarik diri dari F1 kerana bagi mereka keputusan yg di perolehi mereka tidak berbaloi dgn pelaburan mereka.

Adakah kerajaan terperasan yg teknologi kita sudah begitu maju hingga sanggup melabur beratus juta semusim dgn hanya membeli teknologi orang lain atas wang ringgit semata2 untuk menjaja nama 'Malaysia Boleh' sedangkan hakikatnya kita masih lagi bagi dunia luar dianggap sebagai kanak2 dalam bidang berkenaan.

Terjemahan oleh Patriot

Berikut adalah artikel asal..

Lee Chong Wei and Malaysian F1

It does not matter despite the shuttle seems to have gone beyond the baseline on video replays as Datuk Lee Chong Wei has won the All-England Championship. Two Lotus Racing cars successfully finished their maiden F1 race and were ranked in 15th and 17th places. It does not matter either as we have already expected it earlier.

Based on his own hard work, Lee has won 12 Super Series championships. By spending a lot of money, the Malaysian Lotus F1 Racing team hopes to make a beautiful dream that can polish the country's name. But it is just a dream after all.

Before the race was started, Lotus Racing team principal Datuk Seri Tony Fernandes joked: "The Malaysian team can win as we have bomoh. We will put on rain tyres and ask our bomoh to call for rain." Unfortunately, it was a sunny Sunday in Bahrain.

It is still encouraging as the Lotus cars were able to finish the race. They were doing better than some experienced teams, including the British Virgin Racing F1 team which was unable to finish the race.

However, as there were falling two or three circles behind, people would naturally focus only on Felipe Massa, Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton. Who would care about the Malaysian team? It was worthless to spend money on it.

How much money do we have to spend on the Malaysian F1 team? An accurate figure has not been stated. It is reported that RM308 million is estimated to be spent in the first racing season. And RM15 million is needed annually to train local F1 drivers. According to former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, it does worth it as it will be much more expensive for TV commercials.

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