And although I'm a total Ferrari + Fernando Alonso fan, I'd love to see Sebastian Vettel prove to be the next greatest. He's got a bright future ahead.
Sir Jackie Stewart : "If you've got a superior car, it's relatively easy to win the championship. To really show you're one of the greatest, you have to deliver when you haven't got the best machinery. I have the highest respect for Sebastian, but he could not have achieved what he has without the [Red Bull design chief] Adrian Newey factor. I'm a big Sebastian Vettel fan. He completely dominated the Korean Grand Prix and drove in such a mature fashion for a 25-year-old. It was more than impressive. Vettel has established himself as the favourite and Alonso is now on the back foot. Led by Adrian Newey, Red Bull have bounced back from a slow start to the season and have now come up with superior equipment. I think that's premature. He would be mad to leave Red Bull at the present time. I know there would be a difference in their basic salary, but he's in a position where he's winning grands prix. He's won 25 races and is going to knock me off my perch before the end of the season - but he's only 25 and still has time to move."
- K1 Speed2013 - present
- MexGrocer.com2000 - present
Nacho Hernandez is an entrepreneur, consultant, and public speaker who has helped companies develop and execute Internet strategies. Passions for MexGrocer.com, Internet marketing, eCommerce, Photography and Formula 1.
As an entrepreneur he co-founded MexGrocer.com in 2000 and is now a profitable and growing businesses in the online grocery segment. He has made strategic alliances with the major shopping portals, such as Amazon, Univision.com, Terra-Lycos, HispanicOnline.com, Yahoo! En Español and many others.
As a consultant Nacho has been involved with international business, e-commerce and Internet marketing for the past 14 years and has been targeting the U.S. Online Hispanic Market and Latin America for the last 12 years. Nacho served as a Google Analytics Authorized Consultant from 2005 to 2010. He is also a regular speaker at Search Engine Strategies Conference & Expo, Ad:Tech Latino and a member of the Search Engine Marketing Professional Organization (www.sempo.org) and SMA-NA (www.sma-na.org) to help develop the Hispanic and Latin American divisions. He is also a Moderator for SearchEngineWatch Forums for the “Multilingual Search Markets & Non-US engines” track.
Search Engine Strategies Latino 2006 and 2007 were also chaired and programmed by Nacho Hernandez. These events are focused in helping businesses, marketers, webmasters and everyday Web users understand how search engines work and how to profit from them by taking an active approach with the worldwide Spanish speaking markets which primarily include the U.S. Hispanic and all Latin America.
Other publications where Nacho has been quoted include: Forbes Magazine, USA Today, New York Times, Forrester Research, Entrepreneur Magazine, Revenue Magazine, Retail Leader, SearchEngineWatch, DM NEWS, WebProNews, MediaPost, Website Services Magazine, ADWEEK’s Marketing y Medios, Portada, La Opinion, AARP Segunda Juventud, El Financiero (Mexico), Reforma (Mexico) and others.
- IPADE, Mexico D.F.MBA, 1998 - 2000