Taking advantage of the rest of the preseason test race, the three drivers of the Audi team-two-time Le Mans champion Marcel Fässler, the current German Touring Car Master (DTM) champion Mike Rockenfeller and DTM novice Nico Müller visited the Swiss independent mechanical watch brand ORIS Oris production factory in Hölstein, Switzerland, and personally experienced the watchmaking process.
During a visit to ORIS headquarters, Rockenfeller, Fässler and Müller had the opportunity to try the ORIS watch wall clock as a steering wheel. Both watchmaking and racing require people to have a high degree of concentration, patience, and smooth hands. During the visit, the riders assembled the ORIS Master GT Chronograph. This ORIS sports watch will accompany them on the speed of more than 300 km / h.
ORIS CEO Ulrich W. Herzog said, ‘I am very happy that Audi drivers can visit the ORIS factory. All three drivers have a strong desire to win and a passion for motorsport. They are passionate. I hope to succeed in the next season. ‘And DTM champion Mike Rockenfeller said,’ It’s a great honor that ORIS has given us the opportunity to understand and experience the high-precision craftsmanship behind such a watch. ORIS’s watchmaking process requires high precision, technology and innovation. I am very impressed. This is also the quality required in top racing. ‘As a sponsor of world sports events, ORIS is proud to be the official watch cooperation of the Audi World Endurance Championship (WEC) and the German Touring Car Master (DTM) team. partner.
ORIS CEO Ulrich W. Herzog and Assistant CEO Claudine Gertiser-Herzog welcome Audi drivers Nico Mu lller, Mike Rockenfeller and Marcel Fa ssler.
DTM novice Nico Mu llller is reassembling ORIS Art Master GT chronograph