Well Avi first to all thanks for accept this interview for «from the other side of racing»
1) Why you are an F1 Fan?
«May be because I love cars and speed but also overtaking and wheel to wheel battles».
2) How started your love to F1?
«1998. I was four and on a random Sunday I turned the tele. It was the Monaco Grand Prix, I think. The cars going mighty fast near the wall and the pit stop attracted me. Mika Hakkinen became my favorite mainly because of his surname. The second race that I watched was the Belgian Grand Prix».
3) Your favorite F1 memory as a fan?
«This season, the tires and the 7 winners. We haven’t seen something like that since ages».
4) Your Favorite Driver?
Currently, Kimi Raikkonen.
5) Your thoughts about social media with F1?
«It made me discover a lot of fans. Especially when you live in a country where F1 isn’t really a big deal (for most) and all what they care about is some blokes running behind a ball and acting like they are hurt when falling down. It also helps fans to know more about the sport and drivers. Thanks twitter».
6) Describe in one word, the 2012 F1 Season?
7) What thing you want to change in F1?
«The prices of the tickets; make it cheaper».
8) Do you follow other types of racing and why?
«Well not really. I watch the Le Mans race annually».
9) Greatest F1 Driver of all time and why?
«Undoubtedly Ayrton Senna, he had the talent to over-perform in a car».
10) Greatest F1 Car in F1 History?
«It has to be the Williams FW 15C».
Some stats about this Car
Designers: Adrian Newey and Patrick Head
Wins: 10 (Between Alain Prost and Damon Hill)
Pole positions: 15 (Between Alain Prost and Damon Hill)
Fastest laps: 10 (Between Alain Prost and Damon Hill)
11) What track should come back to F1?
«Imola or the A1 ring, those are classics».
Thanks you Avi for taking your time for this interview.
You can follow Avi on Twitter as @Avi_avikesh