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TAG Heuer supports the best drivers, teams and championships as Official Timekeeper and Official Watch.
Sportsmen, legendary races, legendary Formula 1 team.
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Since its inception in 1911, the legendary Indianapolis 500 Miles championship attracts millions of motorsports aficionados and lovers of the big thrill. Considered one of the world’s most prestigious races, the Indy 500 unleashes a tremendous blast of sound and fury, pushing the limits of speed and decibels.
Jean-Éric Vergne began his career driving a go-kart at the age of 4. Since then, he won the French Champion title in 2007 (Formula Campus) and the British F3 title. In 2012, he became the youngest French driver in Formula 1 history.
A young motorsport prodigy, Alexander Rossi has been reving up speedometers for years. At 18, he became the youngest driver and the only American to have a Formula 1 Super Licence. After his GP2 runner-up title and a spell in Formula 1, Rossi won the 100th edition of the 500 mile Indianapolis race.
In December 1913, residents of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania discovered the world's first fuel service station. On the sign of the small shop, four letters: Gulf. Visionary, the company is now established in more than 100 countries and is present in motor sports. As a partner, we share these values: "Quality, Endurance, Passion".
In this world motocross championship, only the fastest and most skilled pilots stand a chance of winning. Here, modern-day knights must master their two-wheelers to take the lead and distinguish themselves in this great test of strength, endurance, and passion.
Between Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and South America, the World Touring Car Championship brings together the drivers of tomorrow as well as seasoned professionals. A race against the clock where speeds can reach 265 km/h on legendary or new tracks.
The FIM Endurance World Championship is the world’s most significant motorcycle racing event. An outstanding championship for XXL races ranging from 8 to 24 hours held on racetracks all over the world. From Le Mans to Portimao (Portugal) via Suzuka in Japan and Germany, competitors must prove their rock-solid strength and endurance.