Video: Formula 1 And TAG Heuer
A whole galaxy of Russian celebrities spent last weekend in Sochi. There were several reasons for that: the Russian stage of Formula 1 was taking place in the city simultaneously with the New Wave and the gala dinner of the Naked Heart Foundation. A picturesque track, specially equipped for this competition, runs near the Black Sea coast and is second in length only to two in the world - Northamptonshire Silverstone and Belgian Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps. The winner of the race was British driver Lewis Hamilton, whose masculine image is inextricably linked with both the Mercedes team and his permanent wrist chronograph TAG Heuer.
Since 1985, the TAG Heuer watch brand has gone hand in hand with McLaren, maintaining a partnership that has been recognized as the strongest and longest in Formula 1 racing history. In addition, this watch House was recognized as the first company to time the time with an accuracy of 1 / 10,000th of a second. This year TAG Heuer celebrated the 30th anniversary of its partnership with McLaren and Formula 1 in Russia by introducing new brand friends at a press cocktail on the eve of the Grand Prix. They were Olympic champion Adelina Sotnikova and actress Ingrid Olerinskaya, chosen, as usual, for a reason - both girls personify the philosophy of the brand and its love of life at high speeds. The same TAG Heuer values are embodied in the new Formula 1 McLaren watch, a red chronograph launched to mark the landmark date.
Fernando Alonso, Adelina Sotnikova, Ingrid Olerinskaya and Jenson Button
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