The Relationship Between Racing Has A Long History Tag Heuer And The F1 Monaco Grand Prix Inextricably Linked

Monaco, a name full of romance and passion. Here, the world is the F1 Monaco Grand Prix (Grand Prix) which is related to the Indy 500 Race and Le Mans 24 Hours and is called the ‘Three World’s Big Cars’ de Monaco) and mad, TAG Heuer is also associated with it because he has the same desire for speed and the courage to challenge, and becomes its official partner.

 The spirit of excellence and courage in TAG Heuer’s blood is in line with the Monaco Grand Prix. The Monaco Grand Prix has the most beautiful scenery and the most exciting tracks in the Formula One series, and is therefore known as the ‘Pearl of the Crown of Formula One’. For more than half a century, the Monte Carlo track has hardly changed. Although the lap length of the track is only 3.3 kilometers and the driving speed is not the fastest among many F1 circuits, the entire 78 laps have been narrow and narrow. Turning and overtaking difficult tracks can be fatal even with a small mistake. During the entire race, the driver has to shift gears more than 3,000 times on average, which is a huge test for the driver and the car. This track is both a nightmare for drivers and a paradise, because the scenery along Monte Carlo is extremely rare, with steep hills, narrow streets, European-style houses, luxurious casinos and indispensable racing cars everywhere. Fan audience.

 TAG Heuer has an innate racing fate and maintains this unique passion. The relationship between TAG Heuer and the Monaco Grand Prix began on May 27, 2011, and officially became the official partner of the F1 Monaco Grand Prix. In addition, TAG Heuer is also the official cooperation of the Monaco championship team Vodafone McLaren Mercedes (15 wins) Partner, the most sponsored Monaco Grand Prix driver.

Monaco and TAG Heuer watches record era legend

 
 Jack Heuer and Swiss driver Chaucer Signed by Jo Siffert

 TAG Heuer’s first spokesperson for the Monaco Grand Prix is ​​Swiss driver Chaucer Jo Siffert’s 1962 Monaco Grand Prix was his F1 debut. As jack A friend of Jack Heuer, Seefeld became the first F1 driver to sign an endorsement agreement with a watch brand.

 In 1969, TAG Heuer launched the world’s first self-winding chronograph and subverted the tradition, creating the first square waterproof case, named after the world’s most exciting F1 event ‘F1 Monaco Grand Prix’ . Driven by the famous Chronomatic Calibre 11 movement, the Monaco series became the world’s first square self-winding chronograph. One year after its birth, Steve McQueen chose to wear a blue Monaco watch in the famous racing movie Le Mans, which was shortly thereafter. Become an iconic watch.

 Steve McQueen wears the TAG Heuer Monaco watch in the movie Speeding

 Forty years later, the TAG Heuer Monaco collection became a symbol of courage and excellence, a truly unparalleled watch collection. At the time, the design was a complete subversion of the traditional aesthetics of watchmaking. But since then, both watch enthusiasts and racing enthusiasts have invariably regarded Monaco watches as classics. TAG Heuer has continued its efforts to break all watchmaking conventions with the revolutionary Monaco V4 concept watch and the latest Monaco V4 Tourbillon concept watch, the world’s first timepiece with a belt drive system and a tourbillon. On May 25, 2014, the F1 Monaco Grand Prix will reignite the war at the legendary Monte Carlo circuit, who will be crowned on this ‘Pearl of the Crown of Formula One’, TAG Heuer and you look forward to.

   TAG Heuer Carrera Calibre 1887 Chronograph-Monaco Grand Prix Limited Edition (43mm)

 As the official partner of the Grand Prix de Monaco, TAG Heuer launched the Carrera Calibre 1887 Monaco Grand Prix Limited Edition Chronograph in the latest glory in 2014, once again conveying the essence of its brand to the world, showing This Swiss watch brand has an unshakable status in F1. The latest member of this Carrera series pays tribute to the Monaco Grand Prix known as the ‘Pearl above the Crown of Formula One’ with limited edition privileges.

 The ceramic bezel and speedometer are engraved with red MONACO GRAND PRIX, and the back of the case is sapphire crystal with the Monaco Grand Prix logo and watch limited number (XXXX / 2500). The black rubber strap is inspired by the tires of the 1963 Formula One race and features a embossed tire pattern. The open carbon-grey dial is inlaid with human hands, and the scale is coated with luminous coating. The three timing windows of the stopwatch minute, clock and stopwatch are located at 12 o’clock, 6 o’clock, and 9 o’clock. The fiery red design of the hands and keys becomes the finishing touch of the entire work, which showcases the superb craftsmanship of this classic watch and the cutting-edge Swiss technology.

Retail Price: 45,900 RMB