The world of MotoGP is a fast and exciting one, with riders competing each year, for the title of World Champion. A thrilling 2011 finale saw Casey Stoner take the lead on his Repsol Honda machine in the damp weather of Valencia. He marked the history, as he and became the last MotoGP World Champion of the 800cc era.

MotoGP is enjoying incredible success, with attendance rising at every event and television coverage more popular than ever. In the USA, where two races are held, at Laguna Seca in California and Indianapolis, audiences are also taking notice.

That's great news for Tissot, the Official Timekeeper and the Official Watch of MotoGP. The Tissot brand is very visible at every track as well as during the TV coverage, whenever the time or statistics are shown.

The timing operation for each of the MotoGP tracks, spread throughout the world, is incredible. Traveling in a caravan of tractor trailers, Tissot's timekeeping experts set up each track with sensors, receivers and cameras at each different venue.

Tissot continues as the presenter of the Tissot Pole Position Awards, where the rider who secures the coveted spot at every race is gifted a special Tissot timepiece.

This new 2012 season promises to be an exhilarating one filled with changes and surprises. 2012 marks the start of a new era represented by the introduction of the 1000cc motors. In addition to this, independent teams using modified production engines and a prototype chassis will now get the opportunity to race alongside the most prestigious manufacturers such as Honda, Yamaha and Ducati, with the participation of Claiming Rule Teams. They will all be striving to build better and faster motorbike prototypes that will be raced by the best pilots in the world.

Jerez de la Frontera, Spain



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.


Next events

  • 05.04.2014
    Jerez de la Frontera - Spain
  • 05.18.2014
    Le Mans - France
  • 06.01.2014
    Mugello - Italy
  • 06.15.2014
    Catalunya - Spain
  • 06.28.2014
    Assen - Netherlands
  • 07.13.2014
    Sachsenring - Germany
  • 08.10.2014
    Indianapolis - United States
  • 08.17.2014
    Brno - Czech Republic
  • 08.31.2014
    Silverstone - United Kingdom
  • 09.14.2014
    Marco Simoncelli Misano - St. Martin
  • 09.21.2014
    Aragón - Spain
  • 09.28.2014
    Brasilia - Brazil
  • 10.12.2014
    Sepang - Malaysia
  • 10.19.2014
    Motegi - Japan
  • 10.26.2014
    Phillip Island - Australia
  • 11.09.2014
    Valencia - Spain

Past events

  • 03.23.2014
    Doha/Losail - Qatar
  • 04.13.2014
    Austin - United States