Technicality, accuracy, elegance, accomplishments.
So many common characteristics shared by the incredible 100% see-through Quinting watches and the exceptional racing cars launched at full speed on the Principality of Monaco streets from May 24 to 27; definitely linked by the human performance behind the machine.
Connected to automotive engineering since its beginning (one of the five engineers from who the first 100% transparent movement was born comes directly from this sector), the Swiss Manufacture never stopped perpetrating this natural affinity, launching almost others special editions for the Ferrari Challenge and the 24 Hours of Mans. This year, Quinting was squarely associated with the Monaco GP as official partner of the Fanzone, installed on the Place d’Armes. Several hundreds of thousands fans have thronged to the spot to assist the Grand Prix but also try the last F1 simulators, take part of the final podium and, of course, meet the racing drivers.
After the trial races preceding the races of the Porsche Supercup, the Formula Renault 3.5 and the GP2, the weekend ended by the highly-anticipated 70th Monaco GP, won, for the 8th time of his career in GP, by the Australian driver Mark Allan Weber.