Tag Archive: TAG Heuer

Dec 30

Marko: F1 engine rules going in right direction

“It is going in the right direction. Clearly it could not go on like it was”

2017-10-21_0731Red Bull motorsport adviser Dr Helmut Marko says Formula 1’s engines rules are heading towards a sensible outcome but feels “fans should be king” in the decision-making process. Read the rest of this entry »

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Jun 23

Motorsport.com teams with TAG Heuer to launch FIA Formula E video series

Inside Formula E” goes behind the scenes with the all-electric racing series  

Motorsport.com teams with TAG Heuer to launch FIA Formula E video seriesMotorsport.com has teamed up with FIA Formula E series partner TAG Heuer to launch a new video series that goes behind-the-scenes of the all-electric championship as it gears up for its New York City debut. Read the rest of this entry »

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Mar 22

Ricciardo optimistic Red Bull ‘can improve’

Red Bull were tipped as the main beneficiaries of the 2017 regulations

Ricciardo optimistic Red Bull ‘can improve’Daniel Ricciardo believes Mercedes is still the team to beat as the Australian Grand Prix prepares to get underway in Melbourne, though the local favourite is refusing to entirely rule Red Bull out of the 2017 equation. Read the rest of this entry »

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Dec 07

2017 F1 entry list published, four seats to fill

The Provisional 2017 F1 entry list

2016-10-23The FIA has published its provisional entry list for the 2017 Formula 1 World Championship with four seats still to be filled between Mercedes, Manor and Sauber. Read the rest of this entry »

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Nov 25

Red Bull Racing and TAG Heuer extend their engine naming partnership through 2018

The renewal was announced today at Yas Marina Circuit

2016-11-25 - Red Bull Racing and TAG Heuer extend their engine naming partnership through 2018 After a highly successful first year, Red Bull Racing and TAG Heuer are delighted to announce that they will continue to power ahead into the future with the team set to run with TAG Heuer-branded engines for two more years, through the 2018 season. Read the rest of this entry »

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Sep 01

Alexander Rossi joins the TAG Heuer Family of Ambassadors

Alexander and TAG Heuer first met in May of 2016 after Alexander’s victory at the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500

Alexander Rossi joins the TAG Heuer Family of Ambassadors TAG Heuer, the world leader in prestigious and sporting chronographs is proud to announce the addition of America’s next great racing hero, Alexander Rossi, to the TAG Heuer family of ambassadors. Read the rest of this entry »

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Jun 13

TAG Heuer celebrates the Montreal Grand Prix with Tom Brady, Daniel Ricciardo and Didier Drogba

The event took place at Victoria Square outside of the W Hotel

TAG Heuer celebrates the Montreal Grand Prix with Tom Brady, Daniel Ricciardo and Didier Drogba Saturday evening in Montreal, on the eve of the Montreal Grand Prix,  Jean-Claude Biver, TAG Heuer CEO & LVMH Watch Division President, hosted the #DontCrackUnderPressure Challenge with Red Bull Racing Formula One driver Daniel Ricciardo, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and Montreal Impact forward, Didier Drogba. Read the rest of this entry »

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Jun 04

Prost ‘surprised’ by Renault engine gains

Alain Prost says it is a “good surprise” to see how much of a step Renault has made this season with its engine

Alain Prost Renault has struggled to develop a competitive V6 turbo since the new formula was adopted two year ago, but has made strides this year, with Max Verstappen and Red Bull winning in Spain last month with the TAG Heuer badged unit, while Daniel Ricciardo could well have won in Monaco last weekend too, if not for a pit stop blunder. Read the rest of this entry »

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Jun 01

Renault-Red Bull extension ‘straightforward’ – Horner

Red Bull has hinted it will continue with its policy of re-branding its engine having labelled it as TAG-Heuer this year
Christian Horner says the decision to extend Red Bull Racing’s engine partnership deal with Renault was a logical one to make, despite high-profile ructions in 2015 that very nearly brought its relationship to an abrupt end. Read the rest of this entry »
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May 29

Red Bull Racing continues engine partnership

Scuderia Toro Rosso will also be supplied with the unit for 2017-2018

04 - Red Bull Racing Red Bull Racing is pleased to confirm it will continue its partnership with Renault Sport Racing for the supply of the power unit currently badged as TAG Heuer for the 2017 and 2018 seasons. Read the rest of this entry »

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May 15

Red Bull will challenge Mercedes with upgrade – Ricciardo

“It is the first track of the year we have put on all of the downforce we have on the car and it shown as our strengths are coming back”
Daniel Ricciardo feels Red Bull is on the cusp of challenging for race wins again once it brings its much vaunted engine upgrade online in Canada. Read the rest of this entry »
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Apr 19

Horner ‘shocked’ by Red Bull pace, teases upgrade ‘mischief’

He was thrilled with the result and the pace relative to Ferrar
Horner ‘shocked’ by Red Bull pace, teases upgrade 'mischief'Christian Horner says Red Bull is already ‘snapping at the ankles’ of Ferrari in terms of pace as he admitted to being shocked by his team’s turn of form during the Chinese Grand Prix. Read the rest of this entry »
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Apr 18

Julius Baer, Tag Heuer and Garage Italia Customs create unique livery

‘Iceberg’ livery designed to raise awareness of climate change

http://fiaformulae.com/media/300718/iceberg_car.pngFIA Formula E Championship partners Julius Baer and TAG Heuer have commissioned a stunning ‘iceberg’ livery to raise awareness of climate change.  Read the rest of this entry »

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Mar 04

WEC & Le Mans – Patrick Dempsey (Porsche) puts on a show at Geneva Motor Show

Among the cars on display at the stand figures the Porsche 911 from last year’s edition of the 24 Hours.

Actor-driver Patrick Dempsey made an appearance at the Geneva Motor Show on Wednesday as an ambassador for watchmaker TAG Heuer along with the Porsche in which he claimed the second step on the podium in LM GTE Am in 2015 at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Read the rest of this entry »

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Mar 02

WTCC announces TAG Heuer partnership

Hallmark of Swiss Avant Garde Watchmaker becomes Official Series Sponsor of WTCC

WTCC TAG Heuer logo Eurosport Events, the promoter of the FIA World Touring Car Championship, is thrilled to announce TAG Heuer as the Official Timing Partner of the WTCC. Read the rest of this entry »

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Feb 28

Engine continuity eased Red Bull design process

The fall-out between RBR and Renault was very public

Engine continuity eased Red Bull design processRetaining Renault F1 power may not have been what Red Bull wanted for 2016, but the team believes it can be more successful this season with an evolution of recent designs. Read the rest of this entry »

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Feb 09

Red Bull priming itself for Toro Rosso challenge

“I wouldn’t like to make predictions” – Newey

Red Bull priming itself for Toro Rosso challengeRed Bull admits it is wary about its chances this season as it prepares for a more distant relationship with returning constructor Renault. Read the rest of this entry »

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Jan 25

Raikkonen, Ricciardo and Vandoorne kick off Ricard test

Kimi Raikkonen, Daniel Ricciardo and Stoffel Vandoorne are on testing duties for Ferrari, Red Bull and McLaren at Paul Ricard

2015-06-07_1637 Ferrari, Red Bull and McLaren are firing up for the first time in 2016 as they kick off a two-day wet weather tyre test for Pirelli at Paul Ricard. Read the rest of this entry »

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Jan 11

Verstappen ‘expecting a second per lap’ from Ferrari engine

Though he will be using a year-old Ferrari engine, Max Verstappen expects the power unit to drive big gains for Toro Rosso in 2016

2015-06-06_1902 Max Verstappen says he is anticipating ‘a big step’ for the Toro Rosso team in 2016 on the back of its switch to Ferrari power, anticipating a gain of a second per lap as a result. Read the rest of this entry »

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Jan 07

“Ferrari engine switch has compromised STR prep” – James Key

Toro Rosso took the opportunity to accept an offer from Ferrari to run a supply of year-old engines for 2016

2015-10-24_39742 Toro Rosso’s James Key admits that the late decision to switch to Ferrari power has ‘compromised’ the team’s preparations for the 2016 F1 season. Read the rest of this entry »

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