After having been involved in the fast world of race car driving, Tissot further strengthens its ties in motor sports by identifying itself with MotoGPTM and becoming its Official Timekeeper in 2001. Tissot’s association with the prestigious world events in the innovative and fast-moving world of motorcycling reflects the dynamic nature of the company and its products, the precision of its movements, and its desire, like those of the participants in these championships, for ever increasing performance in all that they do. In 2003, Tissot produces the first Official MotoGP Watch, getting inspiration from the fast bikes and so producing the Tissot T-Race in 2004.
The Tissot T-Race MotoGP Limited Edition 2014 watch shows all the signs of the great synergy between Tissot and MotoGP. Black and red, it bears the colours of MotoGPTM and of Tissot, showing their dynamism and the fiery passion that they both carry. Furthermore, it has the precision that the Official Timekeeper provides during the exhilarating races, as motorbikes are separated by only thousandths of a second at the finish line, and the one that the racers themselves demonstrate on the track.
After the disappointment of the previous round, World Champion Marc Marquez fought back in typical style to decimate his own lap record to take pole position for round 14 of the MotoGP™ World Championship at Motorland Aragon in Spain this afternoon. The Honda rider was pushed all the way in the 15 minute qualifying session round the superb 5.078 kms Aragon circuit by his team-mate Dani Pedro...More
Jorge Lorenzo grabbed his first pole position of the season in a hectic qualifying for the 13th round of the MotoGP™ World Championship at the Grand Prix Di San Marino E Della Riviera Di Rimini at the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli on the Adriatic coast of Italy this afternoon.In bright sunshine, a complete contrast to the torrential rain on Friday, Lorenzo gave the factory Yamaha tea...More