TAG Heuer Japan celebrated “150 years of Motor Racing” at the gala event in the capital of Japan. More than 300 guests of this special event that toke place at Mercedes-Benz Connection in Roppongi, just a few days ahead the Formula 1 Grand Prix of Suzuka, attended the award ceremony of “Japan Motor Racing Hall of Fame”.
During the opening ceremony, organized by TAG Heuer Japanto honor those who contributed to the growth of the Motor Racing scene inJapan, the host of the event, a Japanese model, Jessica Michibata, said that the brand’s watches suit any fashion style. “I love to change TAG Heuer’s watches everyday, according to my mood. It is the same as wearing different jewelry every day”, believes the Tag Heuer’s muse.
Peter Stayner, McLaren’s local representative, André Lotterer, a driver and the winner of Le Mans 24 hours in 2011 with Audi, and Antoine Pin, the General Manager of TAG Heuer Japan presented awards to: Masafumi Suzuki, a respected journalist and the editorial director of “ENGINE”, Ken Okuyama, a product designer, and Masahiko Kondo, a singer and the owner/supervisor of “KONDO Racing” team.
At the same time, the visitors of theTokyo’s event had a chance to enjoy in “The TAG Heuer Racing Ambassadors” exhibition that had been opened since September 26. The photos of famous people who are a part of TAG Heuer’s motor racing heritage, such as Jessica Michibata, Lewis Hamilton, Jenson Button, Alain Prost, Juan Manuel Fangio, Steve McQueen, Ayrton Senna, Emerson Fittipaldi and Edouard Heuer, the founder of TAG Heuer in 1860 will be displayed publicly until October 10.