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Dorna Sports is delighted to announce eyetime as the title sponsor for the Austrian Grand Prix in 2018, naming it the eyetime Motorrad Grand Prix von Österreich. Staged at the spectacular Red Bull Ring in the Styrian alps, the event will take place from the 10th to 12th August.
eyetime is a brand new app set to launch later in the year; a messaging system of the future that will revolutionise personal and professional communication. With innovative features, state-of-the-art encryption and worldwide connectivity, eyetime is scalable to cover all your business needs.
The app will be available for both Android and iOS, taking your connectivity to another level whether via voice call, video call, file or media sharing, voice message or any number of incredible further features. With business admin tools and conference call capability to boot, eyetime keeps you connected on handheld devices or on desktop – a perfect partner for MotoGP™, with a common vision of innovation and evolution.
“eyetime opens the door to a new dimension of communication,” says Meglena Krumova, eyetime CEO. “In this age of digitisation, users wish to have innovative apps at their disposal which not only offer them some individual features, but open up a whole world of possibilities. eyetime is so versatile that it makes all other apps redundant, and the Austrian GP is the perfect place to showcase it – with the same push for innovation and efficiency driving both eyetime and MotoGP.”
“We are very happy to announce eyetime as the title sponsor of the Austrian GP, sharing as we do their values of evolution and technological innovation,” says Pau Serracanta, Managing Director, Dorna Sports. “As MotoGP continues to push boundaries on track, we are also always looking for partners with whom we share a vision of the future. It is fantastic news that eyetime will take top billing as title sponsor for the Austrian GP.”
The hills are alive with the sound of MotoGP™ from Friday 10th August for the eyetime Motorrad Grand Prix von Österreich.