Do you fancy to be interviewed? Read this then!
Meet the Drivetriber is still open for business.
Would you like to answer some questions and talk a little about yourself? Or are you curious to know a little better the people that are part of the Drivetribe community?
If the answer is yes, Meet the Drivetriber is your opportunity to do both things.
But what exactly is MTD?
Meet the Drivetriber is a series of interviews, that every time turns the spotlight on a different Drivetribe user. I am strongly convinced that everyone is important in such a community like this, from the contents creators, to the staff and the simple users, and that everyone is worthy of some space and attention, that's why I started this series of post, and it's something I truly enjoy to run.
How to take part:
Taking part is easy and open to everyone, so, don't be shy! Until now, I've reached out to everyone that joined trough the comments on the interviews posts, I have to be honest, I'm struggling a little to keep the pace, so I'm going to change the joining format. First of all join Tribeys, so you can always be posted, and second send me the answers to the questions written in this post. You can send the answers via DM here on Drivetribe or even better sending an email to my address email@example.com along with some photos of yourself, or related to your replies. Anyway, if you're not comfortable showing your face it's not an issue. Once I would have received your answers I will eventually add some more questions when necessary. I will write an introduction and then your interview will be published here on Tribeys.
A list of simple and various questions, that would give to the readers the opportunity to know you, your opinions and preferences.
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Where are you from? What do you do? How did you join Drivetribe? What started your passion for cars? What's your daily drive? What's your favourite classic car? What's your favourite modern car? What do you think of EV? Automatic or manual gearbox? What's your dream road-trip? What is a funny thing happened to you in a car? What is a song that you enjoy to listen while driving? What are your hobbies? Are you a Motorsport fan? Who is your favourite racing driver? What's your favourite tribe? Are you a Fan of Clarkson, Hammond and May? What's your favourite Top Gear/Grand Tour moment? What do you think of Drivetribe?
A bunch of thanks...
I have to do some thanks, I swear I'll try to not to be too much sentimental...
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It's been almost two years since the first post featuring Scott Nadeau (Tribe leader of Live and let diecast and many others) has been published. In these past months I had the pleasure to ask some questions to many people part of this great community.
Among them, our fantastic ambassadors Kiran Ganesh and Bashbash Kramer, the lovely Erica Jane Parsley, the pillars of the photography community Norbert Pencak and Helene Helle, our Jukebox Queen Veoniss Melissa Houston, my fellow Italians Alessandro Renesis, Luca Corsini, Cristina Maiocchi e Andrea Ventura, and let's not forget Robert Percy tribe leader of the new Music Tribe. Our podcasts runners, Leila Lopez Marks, Mason Bloom and Rahil Hasmi (Fuel Injection) Alex Laperriere and Charles North VI (Drivetriber Talks podcast) with whom I have a collaboration ongoing, (sorry guys I have a lot to catch up with!). The list is pretty long, more than 60 interviews, featuring some cool content creators like Matthew D'Souza, Thomas Kim, Tejas Kokcha, Sirjan Gupta, Nate A, Jesse Billington, Daniel Berman, Shafiq Abidin, River Bolster Ollie Funnell and the list goes on and on. In fact I should thank everyone who took part in this project so...
A special thank to my good friend Metallluis16 who also turned the cards on the table interviewing me, thanks to Alan Beattie, Jared Unger, Gabriel Pigere, Luuk Boer, Larry E Van Zandt , Marcus Boothby, Amanda M, Antonio Manoel, Blee Carswell, Josh Compton, Manav Pallan, Dash Lam, Thomas Quintard, Alexis K. Joe MacCormick, Owen Monaghan, William Jordan, Tim Burton, Kimi M. Max K. Gabriel Caramet, Martyn Stanley, Dhruv Iyer, Kacper Ziajka, Jack Joyce, Adam Mace, Liam Gallagher, Thitichai Ratanavises, Toby Rubie and Jack Mayor. You all are amazing!
I'm overjoyed and amazed that this series of post has been so well received, I am really grateful to everyone who joined in this project, it's something I am very proud of. I'm sorry for the late and I apologize with everyone who's still waiting, I will do my best to be back posting the interviews regularly.