Meet the tribe leader: a guy who is only 15 years old
My name is Dániel Móré, and I'm from Hungary. I'm only 15, but since last year I'm trying to do something called motorsport journalism.
I've always been a huge fan of motorsports and cars. I'm following Formula 1 since I was 5, and I've never missed any race or qualifying session! For me F1 was not like something to just watch, it became a part of my life. I've always known everything about any driver, any team, any race, and if F1 comes as a topic in a conversation, I could speak about its happenings for hours. And that's how it goes for more 10 years...
Of course I met and learnt F1's history quite early, from a more than 500 page book. Meeting and reading new stories from the world of motorsports, that's what really interests me!
My favourite racing driver (and my biggest idol as well) is Michael Schumacher. He is the man who I respect the most!
I've also had passion for cars since I was a little child. But the biggest milestone was when I first saw an episode from Top Gear. It amused me so much, I found it so interesting and funny, that I watched almost all the 176 episodes (+some specials). The presenters, Jeremy Clarkson, James May , and Richard Hammond, who made the show this perfect, also impressed me a lot.
Then last year, I've decided to start writing articles in the topic of F1 and cars. "How hard can it be?"-I thought.
I published articles and exclusive interviews at one of Hungary's most popular motorsport webistes, what now is the Hungarian site of Motorsport.com. I wrote retrospective articles, opinions, analysises, and made some very exclusive interviews in the topic of F1 and other motorsports.
My interviewees were ADAC Formula 4 champion Joey Mawson, 2 times DTM champion and this year's World RX champ Mattias Ekström, F1 and racing legend Sir Stirling Moss, F1 driver Esteban Ocon, and 9 times World Rally Champion Sebastien Loeb. (The Ekström and Loeb interviews will soon be published on Tarmac and Gravel as well!!!)
At the moment I don't publish at any Hungarian sites. My tribe, Tarmac and Gravel is the only one I publish to.
You may ask, why did you choose World RX to make tribe about it? As I explained in my very first article here in Drivetribe, drivetribe.com/p/YKZ60pedTdiXkQi7vKi8yg/fkR3TmFRQjy5gRVcahHorw by my opinion it's the best and most exciting kind of motorsport at the moment with great cars and even greater drivers.
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I met World RX first, when I was preparing for my first interview with Mattias Ekström. He is a (now a champion) driver and a team owner there, so I watched some RX races on YouTube. Even it was not live (of course), I was more excited than when I'm watching an F1 race from today's era.
Unfortunately there isn't a World RX event in Hungary or near Hungary, but with taking part an RX weekend as a visitor or a "journalist"/media member, a dream would come true!
With Tarmac and Gravel my goal is to popularize World RX, and to make you guys some exclusive content about this amazing motorsport. I hope you will enjoy my articles (and maybe videos :) ), and if you became interested in my work, don't hesitate to follow me and Tarmac and Gravel!
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