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 technological world of motorcycling reflects the nature of the company and its products, the technique behind its movements, and its desire, like those of the participants in these championships, for ever pushing boundaries 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.
MotoGP™ is the oldest of all motor-sports World Championships. Today, it is the premier motorcycle racing World Championship with pan-global television coverage.
The Tissot T-Race MotoGPTM Limited Edition 2016 portraying the depth of the partnership between Tissot and MotoGP.
It features a carbon effect dial, on top of which various anthracite details give it its rich design.
This watch has the precision of the Timekeeper and the illustrations of the bikes with the counters that resemble the bike dashboard, a brake-disk bezel, tyre tread on the back of the bracelet all the way to a rear suspension rode in the bracelet’s attachment to the case.
Crutchlow received the pole setting Tissot T-Touch Expert Solar watch from TV Presenter Abi Griffiths after just the third pole position of his MotoGP™ career.
In a great day for British racing Sam Lowes repeated his Moto2™ pole position from last year in the pouring rain. [...]