Last June, the Swiss Robin Mulhauser and his team were crowned world champions in the Superstock category of the FIM Endurance World Cup. After spending three years in the Moto2 World Championship in an extremely high speed competition, the Swiss rider had returned to his first love, endurance, in 2017. A wise choice since he would finally reap the fruits of his efforts and his talent by becoming Superstock World Champion two years later. "My dream came true", he said at the end of the last round of the championship, the 8 hours of Oschersleben, Germany. "Winning a world title is the primary goal of a racing career, especially with the perfect dream team. Thanks to Graham Watches for his support during the 2018-2019 season. We are now approaching the 2019-2020 season with the first Bol d'Or race in September. "
Appointment was therefore made for the Bol d'Or 2019, played on the weekend of 21 September 2019 at the circuit Paul Ricard Castellet. This 24-hour endurance race is considered the oldest in the world and Robin Mulhauser, engaged with his Franco-Swiss team "Moto Ain" and his teammate Roberto Rolfo, did not miss the appointment. They drove their Yamaha # 96 for 24 hours on a hot train and made a virtually faultless course, finishing 6th overall and first in the Superstock category. Auspicious for the rest of the championship.
On the visor of her Swiss cross helmet, Robin Mulhauser sports the Graham watch brand's logo. On the wrist, its Chronofighter Superlight Carbon Skeleton, on a white rubber strap, is a powerful chronograph that best complements the combination of colored leather of this independent and courageous athlete who practices the race as a passion but with modesty, in the constant search performance.
These values he shares with Graham, the unique and independent watch brand. The personal commitment of its founder Eric Loth in motorsports for almost 25 years has brought a very personal dimension to Graham's various sponsorship commitments. Graham's label adorned the legendary Knights of the Isle of Man's Tophy Knights, the buggies of the Baja 1000 riders in Mexico, the Porsche Cup cars and Rubens Barichello's Formula 1 cars, Jenson Buton , Nico Rosberg and Michael Schumacher long before other watch brands occupy this scene. This strong historical visibility of the watchmaking brand La Chaux-de-Fonds, however, masks a much deeper and intimate work with several personalities from the world of motorsports.
Eric Loth and Robin Mulhauser © Graham