DOMINIQUE AEGERTER – NEW EDOX CHAMPION

Timing for a Champion

Dominique Aegerter (* 30 September 1990 in Rohrbach, Canton of Bern, Switzerland) is a Swiss motorbike racer known for his courage and fighting qualities. His greatest success to date is his victory at the 2014 German Grand Prix at the Sachsenring, where he was able to start from pole position for the first time. In 2019, Aegerter left Moto2 after ten years and switched to the MotoE World Cup and the Supersport World Championship. In his very first race in MotoE, he rode onto the podium at the first attempt in third place. This year, the top racer has been convincing in the MotoE and Supersport World Cup and has a good chance of winning a world title in both categories.The Berne rider is favourite to take out the titles of both the MotoE World Cup and Supersport World Championship. The traditional Swiss watchmaker Edox, founded in 1884, has been building chronographs that embody the spirit of motorsport for over 40 years.

The international brand from Les Genevez (JU) was, among other things, the official timepiece of the WRC (FIA World Rally Championship), FIA World Rallycross Championship, the Dakar Rally and a long- time watch partner of the former Formula 1 team, Sauber.
The partnership with Dominique Aegerter focuses primarily on the motorsport-oriented «Edox Chronorally» watch collection. The Edox Chronorally, introduced in 2009, was originally developed for rally drivers. Aegerter will be involved in the development and design of a new generation of Edox Chronorally timepieces, with a series of limited edition watches – made of titanium and carbon and marked with the legendary number 77 – now being planned.

 

 About Dominique Aegerter

Dominique Aegerter (* 30 September 1990 in Rohrbach, Canton of Bern, Switzerland) is a Swiss motorbike racer known for his courage and fighting qualities. His greatest success to date is his victory at the 2014 German Grand Prix at the Sachsenring, where he was able to start from pole position for the first time. In 2019, Aegerter left Moto2 after ten years and switched to the MotoE World Cup and the Supersport World Championship. In his very first race in MotoE, he rode onto the podium at the first attempt in third place. This year, the top racer has been convincing in the MotoE and Supersport World Cup and has a good chance of winning a world title in both categories.

The driver’s choice


EDOX CHRONORALLY X-TREME PILOT

REF. 38001 TINNJ NJ3

Calibre EDOX 38
Diameter 48 mm
Case Titanium with black PVD coating
Functions 1/10 Chronograph, display of hours, minutes, seconds, day, date
Dial Black with yellow details
Water resistance 100 meters / 10 ATM
Glass Scratch-resistant and anti-reflective sapphire crystal
Strap Rubber strap with tyre imprints

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