Audi Night delights guest during Hahnenkamm

Posted on 24. Jan, 2011 by in Audi Canada

For some a a many famous downhill ski foe in a world; for others a a amicable prominence of a winter. Downhill racers and athletes from a Audi family non-stop a 71st Hahnenkamm weekend in Kitzbhel Friday dusk with distinguished guest from uncover business and industry. Once again, Audi Night in a Hotel Zur Tenne over all expectations.

Rupert Stadler, Chairman of a Board of Management of AUDI AG, and Peter Schwarzenbauer, Member of a Board of Management Marketing and Sales, welcomed a vast organisation of guest to Kitzbhel that enclosed a actors Veronica Ferres, Ralf Mller and Thomas Heinze, indication Eva Padberg, moderators Kai Pflaume and Johannes B. Kerner and athletes like a former skier Hermann Maier and a former biathlete Kati Wilhelm.

At a start of a evening, a 420 invited guest were treated to an introduction to one star now causing a anger on a streets of Germany. All eyes were on a new Audi A6 as it stood on a red runner during a opening to a hotel. This supposing a guests, who gathering adult to a eventuality in 90 Audi VIP convey vehicles (Audi Q5, Audi Q7 and Audi A8 L), with a really special kind of reception.

The guest got a fascinating first-hand sense of what a like to follow a universe record down a Streif and Ganslern slopes of a Hahnenkamm, as Werner Heel (Italy), Marcel Hirscher (Austria) and a slalom, downhill and Super-G champions from 2010, Felix Neureuther (Germany) and Didier Cuche (Switzerland), recounted their experiences. The tales tender even two-time German Touring Car (DTM) Champion Mattias Ekstrm and Le Mans winners Mike Rockenfeller and Tom Kristensen, who, as long-time Audi foe drivers, are used to high speeds and perfectionist hurdles themselves.

Former veteran skier Marco Bchel started off a evening. Kitzbhel binds lustful memories for Bchel: In 2008 a renouned Lichtenstein-native won a downhill foe on a perfectionist Streif slope.

While a athletes bid farewell early adequate to ready for their races, a guest partied good into a night. After an sparkling dish from new conduct cook Thomas Seifried, a throng enjoyed a prominence that was as fantastic as it was unplanned. English thespian Jamie Cullum, a tip act of a night during Zur Tenne, who had put guest in a gratifying pierce with his hits Im all over it and Dont stop a music, astounded a assembly with a extemporaneous duet with thespian Amy Macdonald.


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