Tudor, a famous Swiss sports watch brand, has become a timing partner of the FIA (International Automobile Federation) World Endurance Championship (WEC), and will therefore participate in the most famous 24 Hours of Le Mans Le Mans 24 Hours of endurance.
Brand Director Philippe Peverelli said: ‘TUDOR is pleased to convey the brand’s passion for motorsport through the legendary endurance event of WEC. This technology showcase shows what is driving us to progress: our commitment to quality and our commitment The pursuit of performance. ‘
The FIA World Endurance Championship 2013 season consists of eight races held around the world, each race lasting at least 6 hours (except the legendary Le Mans 24-hour endurance race), this year’s competition selected the most prestigious Multiple tracks dedicated to bringing this event to more fans, including the Silverstone track in the UK and the Spa-Francorchamps track in Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium, as well as the first stage held last year Formula Grand Prix of the American Circuit in Austin, Texas.
Pierre Fillon, president of the Western Racing Club (ACO), left, and Philippe Peverelli, general manager of Montres Tudor SA
The World Endurance Championship (WEC) is organized by the International Automobile Federation (FIA) and the Western Racing Club (ACO) in June 2011, a racing world championship event, which revived the 1950s and 1960s And the World Championships organized by major brands in the 1970s, the World Endurance Championship Group C in the 1980s and the World Sports Car Championship in the 1990s. The new World Endurance Championship has emerged from time to time, once again demonstrating the outstanding performance of endurance racing in the first decade of the 21st century.
Tudor GRANTOUR FLYBACK
Based on the same spirit, Tudor has created countless precision timers for decades with its extraordinary technical advantages and high reliability. The same pursuit of superior performance closely linked WEC and Tudor, which also prompted the brand to reach a strategic partnership with Porsche Motorsport and Italian legendary motorcycle brand Ducati, becoming its timing partner.