Nelson Piquet is enjoying his new life, living the American dream.
The so-called Singapore Grand Prix crash scandal that put a death sentence on his Formula 1 career is now behind him. He doesn't mind talking about it, admitting he did wrong in that infamous 2008 race. He has moved on.
"I was very young, I was by myself, I had no managers, I had no parents [there]," recalls Piquet. "I was a 23-year-old kid living a very different life, under pressure, and yeah I think it was a mistake. I'm sure if I could go back I never would have done it. I would have dealt with things a bit differently."
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