By TAG Heuer team, TAG HEUER —  17 Oct 2014

TAG Heuer going YOUNG & WILD at La Carrera Panamericana, Mexico !

At only 25 years old, Jérôme de Sadeleer and her co-pilot Caroline Wilhelm are the youngest team of the Carrera Panamericana !

Their boldness and free spirit embody TAG Heuer values, this so “Don’t Crack Under Pressure” mindset.

" I want to challenge myself. La Carrera is one of the most challenging car races in the world. The difficulty that is created by the tough competition, terrain and climate is what makes the race difficult but also interesting. " Jérôme said before the qualifications.

La Carrera Panamericana is a race of heritage, of passing on knowledge and values, legendary cars participate to this race: Erik Comas and his co-pilot Isabelle are behind the wheel of a 1953 Studebaker – their bespoken goal is nothing less than to win this year race. They will show the way to Jérôme and Caroline who are piloting a 1965 Ford Falcon.

To the question " What has your car that could help to win the race ? " Jérôme answers with a fresh sense of humor : " I have the best-looking co-pilot ! More seriously, the Carrera Panamericana is a way to test Caroline & I's faith, patience & love. "

Good luck to TAG Heuer youngest team at La Carrera Panamericana !

*Jérôme is wearing TAG Heuer Reflex sunglasses.