A (digital) evening with Mark Surer

(Motorsport-Total.com) – The digital Formula 1 standings on the Formel1.de YouTube channel have turn into a continuing star for German-speaking Formula 1 connoisseurs since their introduction in December 2021. When will you will have the chance to speak to well-known visitors like Günter Steiner, Ralf Schumacher, Alexander Wurz or Timo Glock? Our format makes it doable!

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The January version of the standings is on Friday (January 27, 2023) at 7pm, and this time we have as soon as once more invited a distinguished visitor: Mark Surer, former Formula 1 driver, long-time Sky pundit and Today. Among others who work for Formula 1’s Swiss broadcaster SRF, he shall be answering questions from channel members who can communicate to him privately through a scaling assembly from 7pm.

Between 1979 and 1986, Surer competed in a complete of 82 Formula 1 races, difficult legends equivalent to Alain Prost, Ayrton Senna and Nigel Mansell. In 1981, he set the quickest lap within the premier class on the Brazilian Grand Prix (fourth place).

Surer achieved cult standing amongst German Formula One followers from the mid-Nineteen Nineties as a TV pundit alongside Jacques Schulz on DF1, which later turned a part of Premiere and is now referred to as Sky, the place Surer continued Formula 1 till the top of 2017, after Schulz’s departure. defined. With Sasha Russ.

He presently works for Swiss tv and can be identified to common readers of Motorsport-Total.com for his position as an knowledgeable on driver scores after every race.

On Friday evening, our channel members may have a singular alternative to talk with Mark Surer personally and ask questions on his expertise in Formula 1, motorsport usually and his position as an knowledgeable in a scaling assembly. Our customers outline subjects.

Formula 1 standings desk: what’s it?

Recently, in November, ServusTV analyst Christian Klien answered questions on the digital regulars desk. Previously, channel members had the chance to talk with Sky’s Timo Glock in October, Haas workforce principal Gunther Steiner in September, former Mercedes motorsport boss Norbert Haug in July, Sky pundit Ralf Schumacher in June and Mercedes head of communications Bradley Lord. identify a number of chosen examples.

Previous roundtables (since December 2021) have all the time lasted three to seven hours. When the featured visitor goes stay, there’s a chance to debate Formula 1 amongst panelists or ask our workforce questions and chat in regards to the world’s top-of-the-line matter in the meanwhile.

Participate or simply watch: each are doable!

Our channel members can be part of themselves on the January regulars desk (begins: Friday, 19:00). Passively as a stay viewer or actively with textual content messages through stay chat. Or even face-to-face with a webcam or sensible system.

As many customers as doable may have the chance to ask our visitors private questions. Ideally, in an off-the-cuff setting, you will have a glass of beer or wine in hand – as you’d realize it from a commoner’s desk in a pub.

Info: How to dial right into a Zoom assembly

Dial-up info is accessible shortly earlier than the beginning of the occasion within the “Membership” tab on the Formel1.de YouTube channel. If you aren’t but a member however wish to turn into a member now, you are able to do so by following this hyperlink. Important observe: You can not join a brand new membership from Apple gadgets. If you are already a member, you’ll be able to be part of your common schedule out of your iPhone or iPad.

Channel members who don’t wish to actively take part within the dialogue, however are eager about what’s being mentioned there and learn how to watch the stay broadcast from 19.00 on the Formel1.de YouTube channel, or after all search for it usually. Table on demand as video (additionally full dimension for members solely).

Archive: Past Round Tables as Video

Of course, new members even have the chance to rewatch all earlier members’ roundtables. Here is the video:

12/2021: Ernst Hausleitner, Bernd Meilender, Sasha Roos, Alexander Wurz
01/2022: Mark Surer (former Formula 1 driver, TV pundit)
02/2022: Edi Nikolic (Autosport Manager)
03/2022: Alexander Bodo (race engineer)
04/2022: Bernd Meilender (security automotive driver)
05/2022: Bradley Lord (Mercedes Head of Communications)
06/2022: Ralf Schumacher (Former Formula 1 driver, Sky pundit)
07/2022: Norbert Haug (former Mercedes Motorsport Director)
08/2022: Christian Nimmerwall, Stefan Ehlen, Norman Fischer (editors)
09/2022: Günter Steiner (workforce director Haas)
10/2022: Timo Glock (Sky Expert)
11/2022: Christian Klien (ServusTV Expert)
01/2023: Mark Surer (former Formula 1 driver, TV pundit)

The members assembly is just for members of the Formel1.de YouTube channel. Membership (could be canceled at any time!) prices €3.99 per 30 days – in regards to the value of a giant beer. For this (amongst different advantages) there’s a regulars desk as soon as a month and stay chat to ask questions throughout our stay broadcasts on race weekends.

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