Attention all Tissot and MotoGP fans! Tissot has just announced the release of its highly anticipated limited edition 2023 T-Race MotoGP chronograph.

  • Only 8,000 of these watches will be made and sold worldwide, each one individually numbered.
  • The watch has a racing-inspired design, with features such as a blacked-out brake disc and caliper on the bezel.

This stunning timepiece boasts an exquisite design inspired by MotoGP racing bikes, making it a must-have for any motorsport enthusiast.

The watch features a black and red color scheme with white lettering and numbering, giving it a sleek and modern look. The front bezel displays a blacked-out brake disc and caliper, while the pushrods are inspired by the handlebars of a racing bike. The profile of the watch showcases engine cooling fins, adding to its racing-inspired design.

The case is made of stainless steel with a black PVD coating, providing both protection and style. The back of the case features an engraved MotoGP logo, Tissot 1853, and the text ‘World Championship Official Timekeeper’ around the MotoGP and Tissot logos placed in the center. Each of the 8,000 limited edition watches is individually numbered, with the number displayed at the bottom of the back of the case.

The 2023 T-Race MotoGP Limited Edition chronograph has a scratch-resistant, sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating, as well as a Swiss-made quartz movement. It is waterproof up to 10 bar pressure and includes features such as an end-of-battery-life indicator, a 60-second central chronograph hand, 30-minute and 1/10-second counters, and additional time and split time functionality.

The watchband is a red rubber unit with a tire-tread-like pattern on the underside, adding to its sporty design. It comes in a special case that’s designed to look like a miniature MotoGP helmet, with the watch displayed inside. Unlike a real helmet, this case is hinged, and the entire top flips up so you can admire and wear the chronograph inside as you choose.

The limited edition 2023 T-Race MotoGP chronograph from Tissot is priced at €725 (RM3.5k). With only 8,000 available worldwide, this watch is a collector’s item and is expected to sell out quickly. Get yours before they’re gone!

  • Juara dunia MotoGP empat kali, Marc Marquez, adalah duta baru Tissot.
  • Marquez telah dipilih sebagai wakil terbaru bagi pembuat jam dari Switzerland kerana keazaman, semangat juang dan hasil usahanya.
  • Jam rasmi MotoGP terkini yang dihasilkan untuk Marquez adalah Tissot T-Race Marc Marquez 2018.


Four-time MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez is the new Tissot Ambassador.

Marquez was chosen as the latest representative for the Swiss watchmaker for his determination, results and fighting spirit.

The latest official MotoGP watch to represent Marquez is the 2018 Tissot T-Race Marc Marquez.

Repsol Honda’s Marc Marquez which so happens to be a four-time MotoGP world champion has just been selected as the latest Tissot ambassador for the renowned Swiss watchmaker. The 25-year-old Spaniard who has won multiple championships was inducted into the Tissot family for his superb riding skills, amazing agility and crazy determination for nothing but the best. (more…)

The wristwatch has long been considered as the ultimate form of men’s jewellery. It is also seen as a symbol of status and wealth for the elites and other folks alike. The presence of exquisite timepiece makers like Tissot, Tag Heuer and Rolex have been associated with motorsports and today, we’re going to dive into some of the great watches related to two-wheel motorsports.

1) Tissot T-Race MotoGP 2017 Limited Edition

Tissot is the official timekeeper for MotoGP and WorldSBK. Every year, Tissot comes up with a variety of timepieces dedicated to a few key riders like Nicky Hayden and Jorge Lorenzo. This particular piece is the MotoGP 2017 variant which is only limited to 5,000 units. Priced at USD1,395 (around RM6,190), this Swiss made watch is constructed with 316L stainless steel with black PVD coating and a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal face.

2) CVSTOS Challenge Dani Pedrosa

CVSTOS is a Swiss watchmaker that is on the super premium level. Their passion for motorsports and Repsol Honda rider Dani Pedrosa led them to the birth of this watch made with black, orange and grey titanium. The Challenge also has 25 jewels embedded in the piece and it is STUNNING. The price may give some folks a heart attack as they’re selling them at USD13,900 (around RM61,674) each. Either this or a middleweight sports bike. Tough choice.

3) Lotus Marc Marquez Man

Surprise, surprise. The 2016 MotoGP World Champion has his own signature wristwatch line up and this Man range is simply striking. Sapphire glass, stainless steel case and chronograph functionality, this timepiece in exquisite dark blue colourway is a great way to create a big impression to your fellow motorsports enthusiasts. Coming in at around USD570 (RM2,530), it’s a great gift for any Marc Marquez fan out there.

4) TW Steel VR46 TW937

When it comes to MotoGP, there’s no denying that Valentino Rossi is the Greatest of All Time. A collaboration with TW Steel makes the VR46 brand is the watch-making industry and the TW937 model is the sleekest looking one of all. This beauty is 48mm in diameter comes with a silicon strap and mineral crystal face with sapphire layer all in prestigious black colourway. The watch is water resistant up to 100 metres and you can purchase one for just USD799 (around RM3,545).

5) Zenith El Primero Stratos Flyback


Ever heard of Felix Baumgartner? How about the Red Bull Stratos Mission? The guy who skydived from the edge of space? That’s the one! Felix together with Zenith watch hitched a ride on a weather balloon up to the stratosphere, jumped off and fell back to Earth at 1,336km/h! And the watch survived in one piece. If you’re interested to get one of these indestructible pieces of history, the selling price is around USD5,670 (around RM25,158). You can get a brand new Kawasaki Ninja 250 with that amount of cash.

6) Omega Speedmaster Racing Co-Axial Chronograph

There’s no other watchmaker that can claim to be involved in all six lunar missions by NASA. This makes the Speedmaster one of the iconic timepieces of all time. It’s also probably the only watch that has been to the Moon, the North and South Pole. The Speedmaster has also been long associated with motorsports and it’s indeed a key collection for the elites as the asking price is at RM16,700.

 7) Triumph Sports Chronograph

The modern classic bike manufacturer has their very own line of fancy timepieces as well and the Sports Chronograph is the crème de la crème. Set with the super accurate Japanese chronograph movement, this baby is water resistant up to 5ATM (about 130 feet or 40 metres) which is more than ideal to withstand any motorcycle journey no matter the weather. The comfortable padded strap are made with 100% leather and the face and stitching comes in three different colours; Black, Silver and Red. It can be yours for just £299 (around RM1,640).

8) Casio G-Shock G-Steel

Presenting the toughest G-Shock of them all, the G-Steel. Made with a layered guard structure, double-layer bezel construction using stainless steel and resin gives it a tough and sleek metal finish. The watch also has a solar panel to recharge its battery so that you’ll never have to worry about it dying on you. Get a piece for your loved ones starting from a reasonable USD320 (around RM1,420).

9) Seiko Giugiaro Design Limited Edition

This Japanese watch legend collaborated with Italian design firm Giugiaro Design or also known as Italdesign in making motorsports-related wristwatches. This particular piece was designed specifically for motorcyclists with a tilted dial and sloped toward the rider to make it easier to read while riding. There are five different variants and all of them are beautifully made to perform flawlessly using Seiko’s signature quartz chronograph movement. Price ranges from USD290 to USD339 (around RM1,287 to RM1,504).

10) Graham Silverstone RS Endurance 24HR

Not many watches pay tribute to one of Europe’s iconic track and its legendary endurance race. This is probably one of the most heavily motorsports inspired timepieces ever made with a seconds counter shaped like a disc brake and race tire patterned strap. The watch also has a double chronograph function to measure 24 hour races and lap times. Sounds complicated, intricate and expensive and it is! With a price tag of USD14,580 (around RM64,700), it’s more of an investment for the rich and famous.

There you have it, fellow motorsport enthusiasts. This is our take on the best motorsport/motorcycle-inspired watches. There are indeed a lot more watches worth mentioning in this article but if we include all of the great ones, this list will be ten times as long filled with tonnes of great options. These ten selections are the most interesting in our opinion. Any plans to get a special someone an awesome birthday gift?

Dorna Sports, the commercial rights holder of MotoGP announced yesterday that watchmaker Tissot will remain as the official timekeeper for the championship until 2022.

It is said that the partnership, which began in 2001, will allow Tissot to gain significant exposure at each race via trackside advertising and enhanced TV visibility across global media outlets, plus it will also benefit from a large presence in the MotoGP official social media pages and in the Hospitality area with special experiences.

François Thiébaud, Tissot President, said, “The spirit and focus on excellence that MotoGP embodies perfectly reflects Tissot’s spirit. We are therefore very proud to continue our successful partnership with MotoGPTM. These new timepieces in tribute to them, celebrate this relationship and position as Official Timekeeper. We remain committed to providing absolute accuracy.”

Carmelo Ezpeleta, Dorna Sports Chief Executive Officer, said, “These new watches speak of the high quality of their work. We can always rely on our Official Timekeeper for perfect precision. At Dorna Sports, we are extremely proud to have extended MotoGP’s long and productive relationship with Tissot until 2022. It has proven to be the perfect partnership over the last 14 years, and we look forward to continue to develop and grow together until 2022.”

Currently, there are two timepieces which have been infused with the dynamism of the MotoGP race – the Tissot T-Race MotoGP Automatic Limited Edition 2016 and the Tissot T-Race MotoGP Limited Edition 2016.


Limited edition watch by Tissot for MotoGP 2013 should be a great collector’s item for MotoGP fans. Comes in a casing that resembles a helmet with nice light blue accent on the strap.

Via: Jeff Nouvo FB


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