Manager profile: Luc Segers

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Name:Luc Segers
Country: Belgium
Gender:Male
Joined:Mar 5th, 2006
Last interaction: May 29th 2017, 18:04:27
Forum posts:1712  (View posts)
Statistics
GPRO Trophies: 0
Number of GPs:0 (976)
Points scored:0 (1885)
Wins:0 (60)
Podiums:0 (166)
Pole positions:0 (62)
Fastest laps:0 (33)
Avg pts/race: - (1.93)
Certification: The manager has passed the GPRO certification test successfully! (Mar 17th, 2007)
Achievements:

37% unlocked

(130/352)
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First GP: Beta Season 4, Race 1
Times logged on:19474
Time spent on GPRO:4042.3 hours
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Relationship status:Married

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Group:Retired
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Money: $?
Driver: None
Tech D: None
Staff overall:0
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Manager career of Luc Segers (Last updated: Oct 27th 2007, 12:16:41)
The first season, in Elite, was a disaster, thanks to the admins i did receive the most expensive driver in the game, that driver by the way, was better in swimming then driving. To top that of nicely i did by myself hire the most expensive TD in the game. And these 2 factors together with poor results brought me near bancrupty in no more then 4 races. The rest of the season i did spend bringing the finances to a acceptable level.
Season 2, after relegation to master1, saw me taking some points in the first few races, the rest of the season was spend bringing life and hope in the finances.
Pronosis for season 3 : Bring finances even better, and learning more a bout different aspects of the game, in other words a tranquil season in master.
Things have gone downhill for me since season 3, there are a lot of aspects of this game i am not mastering at this moment, bringing a lot of wrong decision in. Gone down to amateur, and not doing any better there, so next stop wil probably be rookie.
But rest assured from then on it can only go upwards :))