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Tissot becomes title sponsor for 2014 Australian Grand Prix

Tissot becomes title sponsor for 2014 Australian Grand Prix

Dorna Sports are delighted to announce that Tissot, a long-term partner of the MotoGP™ World Championship, will be the title sponsor of this year’s Australian Grand Prix.

Tissot has been the Official Timekeeper of the MotoGP™ World Championship since 2001 and a valued partner of the sport for many years. The title sponsorship agreement for the Australian Grand Prix also confirms that Tissot advertising will be displayed on signs and banners around the circuit for the entirety of the Grand Prix weekend.

This year’s Tissot Australian Grand Prix will be the 16th round of the MotoGP™ World Championship, the second of the triple header over three weekends in Japan, Australia and Malaysia as the season reaches an intense climax.The event takes place at the picturesque Phillip Islandtrack which has a great racing heritage and has been a permanent fixture on the World Championship calendar since 1997.

Pau Serracanta, Managing Director, Commercial Area at Dorna Sports declared: “We are very pleased to confirm Tissot as title sponsor of the Australian round of the MotoGP World Championship, one of the most spectacular events on the calendar. Tissot are a highly valued, long-term World Championship partner of MotoGP™ and they will once again be a fitting title sponsor for the Phillip Island round.”

Tissot President Mr. Francois Thiébaud, “We are proud to be the title sponsor this year again for the 2014 Tissot Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix. Combined with our timekeeping services, this partnership strengthens Tissot’s ever-growing commitment to the sport and highlights the precision and performance of our products to fans all around the world, during a key period in the MotoGP World Championship.”

The 2014 Tissot Australian Grand Prix will take place from 17th-19th October.

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MotoGP, 2014, TISSOT AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX

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