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Datuk Lee Chong Wei is currently Malaysia’s most prominent professional badminton singles player. The 29 year old’s achievements include winning a silver medal in the 2008 Olympic Games and the ultimate ranking as World Number One Badminton Player in that same year.

To date, Datuk Lee is also the only Malaysian badminton player to maintain their World Number One ranking for more than 14 days, a feat that was not accomplished by his predecessors, Rashid Sidek and Roslin Hashim. After consecutively winning the All-England championships, Datuk Lee has now set his aims for gold at the Olympic Games, Asian Games and World Championship.

Malaysia’s Wealthiest Sportsman

As a token of reward for winning a silver medal in the Beijing Olympics 2008, Datuk Lee was awarded RM1,000,000 by the Malaysian government. In addition, the minimum prize money for the Super Series event is approximately USD200,000, with an additional USD500,000 worth of prize money offered to the top eight badminton players worldwide at the Super Series Masters Finals. While Datuk Lee most certainly does fit the profile of the young, rich and famous, the Penang-born sportsman has revealed that his one true passion besides challenging himself in badminton, is investing in fast cars.

Datuk Lee Chong Wei cars

In 2010, Datuk Lee was photographed with a sleek silver-toned Nissan GT-R. The bulky supercar includes the reprogrammed launch control system which improves the durability and speed of the 2010 version, coupled with additional horsepower, returned suspension and updated wheel finishing for an impressive entrance. Overall, the Nissan GT-R is known for its rapid pick up speed, high-quality interior, heart-stopping acceleration and easy handling.

Datuk Lee Chong Wei Nissan GTR

Datuk Lee also currently owns a BMW X6 Coupe as well as a Proton Inspira 2.0 from the Malaysian car maker, Proton as a token of appreciation for his contribution in reigniting interest in Malaysian badminton.

BMW X6 Coupe

While the Nissan GT-R is said to be a bargain buy, the BMX X6 Coupe offers great performance with its twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8 unit producing 400 horsepower at 5500 rpm and 446 pound-feet of torque between 1750 rpm and 4500 rpm packaged with a hefty, upper-class price tag. The coupe is also touted as an extremely fast crossover and has the capacity of beating many sports cars, and is a fitting car for a prominent sportsman like Datuk Lee, as this model is known as the “Sport Activity Coupe”.

Lee Chong Wei Proton Inspira

The black Proton Inspira 2.0 awarded to Datuk Lee is quite simply the Malaysian remake of the Mitsubishi Lancer. Other than the differing front end design, both cars offer similar interior design, specifications and performance, with a top speed of 202 kph and a zero to 100 kph sprint time in 10.0 seconds.

This year, a new car adorns Datuk Lee’s garage in the form of a RM1.6 million-worth Ferrari F430 with the prominent number plate, BLG1. The white luxury car is said to be equipped with a 4.3L V8 engine power and has a top speed of 315km/h. The Scuderia edition also makes it possible to go from zero to 100km in just four seconds. With nineteen-inch wheels and rubber-band tires, the Italian track car is satisfyingly stable at all speeds. The optional carbon-fiber bucket seats not only add to the lightness of the automobile, but are also ergonomically designed for people who are passionate about fast driving.

Ferrari F430

Interesting enough, the love for fast cars is a common hobby shared between Datuk Lee Chong Wei and his famous rival on the badminton court, Lin Dan. While Lin Dan already owns a Nissan GTR, BMW Z4 and Land Rover among many other cars, Datuk Lee’s brand new Ferrari F430 should be sufficient to trump over Lin Dan’s growing collection of cars!

  1. cindy goh says:

    lee chong wei,u always is my idol…i love u so much..

  2. Badminton games recently been rules and controlled by China players from Man Single to Mixed Double, and it is always our pride to show the world that our Malaysia player Datuk Lee CW is able to challange the top strongest player from Mainland China.

    This was a fantastic game demonstrated by Datuk Lee and make everyone of us Malaysian feeled so proud of the “Semangat” or Spirit to fight and not easily given up when facing a tough challanges ahead of to strike for our dream.

    It is sometime a little bit of luck that Datuk Lee CW need to win the title all these years. We hope that Datuk Lee CW will continue to contribute his strength helping BAM in nourishing some good seeds in badminton to be the next SuperStar in days to come, after his retirement.

    Good Luck and All the Best to our most respect Player from Malaysia throughout these years, Datuk Lee CW everyone would definitely miss you !!!

  3. Chloe Tan says:

    Is Dato Lee Chong Wei coming back for the next Olympic Games?

  4. Halo ! ._. 其实你打的很好了 , 你也别放弃知道嘛 = = 我也不懂要说什么好 你的脚还好吧 ? 2016 继续打下去吧 … 🙂
    Lee Chong Wei 你行的 ! 加油 !
    You are the best ! 全马看定你的 😉

  5. Ling Ling says:

    Dato’s , you had played well anyway 🙂 hope have chance to see you in next olyimpic 2016.

  6. The Inspira are Photoshopped.. Not with lim chun wei

  7. Lim Lean Imm, Jaime says:

    Lee Chong Wei, you have been so successfully in your career which you have worked. Very hard. I have seen you training at Bukit Dumbar when my daughter, Chai Nuuk Chuan was also training there back from 1999 to 2001. Shr started as a single player and later as a double player. Her coaches are Ms Yeap and Mr Khoo then. Unfortunately, she could not make into the national team but only as a state player which I am very proud of her.into the National Team. Till today, I never miss watching you play in any tournament even though how late it is. You are a legend.

    I have one small request from you. I love to help the poor and have been doing my best among my friends to provide the children of Ruyi Home, Shsh Home, Crystsl Family Home and other old folk homes in whatever we can.

    I always believe in bringing joy and sharing whatever I can for the less fortunate. As by doing that you make them feel that they are being cared for even they are orphanages. This will even make their life much more happier. I have taken them for trips to Bird Park, movies, Penang hill, food fares and hosting them lunches which
    I could see they appreciate very much. The children are very excited whenever they hear of trips. I have been buying uniforms, school bags, shoes & socks for the Crystal Family Home for the past 2 years as they have no funding from the government. I have promised to take thr. Holden from the 3 homes to Etopia farm ( Butterfly Farm) in Penang
    And also trip to Genting when it’s fully opened, as they never going to have that chance like any other children, firstly because the home cannot afford to do so as feeling their stomach & daily needs are more important than trips.i have tried approaching my former contacts to contribute whatever they can like previously but I am finding it hard as most of my friends are finding it hard to make ends meet. I am very sad that I cannot do it for them as I have teach retirement age on 31.7.17 and have no means of income and besides that I have an elderly dad to look after. I would sincerely like to appeal to you for financial assistance inorder for me to take them there once in their life time to let them experience and enjoy what other fortunate child had. I sincerely hope that you can do something for them. Be it a trip or assist them to purchase uniforms,school bags, shoes, socks and educational utilities would be very much appreciated. Whatever you offer will make a big differences in their life. I will provide you all the receipts for the purchases made. Again, I sincerely hope that you will kindly consider my appeal generously.

    I can be contacted on my mobile 0124746262 or my office at 2385119(O) unfortunately I do not have a land at home. My personal particulars are as per below. I look forward to hearing from you.
    Best wishes to you and your family.

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