Yesterday, on January 29, 2017, the 55th race of ROLEX DAYTONA REPLICA WATCH 24 (aka 24 hour Daytona) race was held. Of course, it was sponsored by Rolex. The meaning is that the winner has a special Rolex watch. Of course, I was interested in seeing the watch itself.
Ricky Taylor who was driving the 10th Konica Minolta Cadillac DPi-V.R after winning 659 laps over 24 hours at the Daytona Speedway in Florida won the victory. In addition to proud rights, prestige of race winning, and (obviously) trophies, Taylor and his team (including Jeff Gordon) are receiving White Dial’s two tone steel and Rolex Cosmograph Daytona watch of Yellow Gold. This is obviously not only Rolex Daytona, but it is stamped on the back shouting that it means the driver’s wrist that wins the awful 24-hour race.
Eight day before the Daytona race, Rolex hosted the traditional Grand Marshall dinner at Daytona 500 club. This year’s Grand Marshall was the Chip Ganassi, the former driver, Motorsports Famer member, Chip Ganassi Racing, who was representative of several teams in the race the following day, including those finally winning at GT Le Mans Owner category. The race, which is considered the first leg of the endurance race triple crown with 24 hours Le Mans and 12 hours Sebring, is considered the fastest among three competition classes, prototypes driven by experts, generally State-of-the-art vehicle on dedicated lace cart rack. GT Le Mans based on professional and manufacturer’s production model. The customer team is a professional class supported by manufacturers such as BMW, Acura, Lamborghini, Porsche and GT Daytona. Rules that may seem difficult for beginners of auto racing are actually simple: the car that covers the fastest distance in 24 hours wins.
It seems that Taylor referred. 116503 2 Tone Steel and 18K Yellow Gold Rolex Daytona. Rolex updated the Daytona line slightly with the introduction of Serra Chrome ceramic bezel model last year, but you do not think anyone is trying to get a gold bezel. The specific Daytona model given to the winning team changes year by year. But what they share in common is the perfectly stamped case back with the race logo, the year, and the word “Winner”.The last one, at various points of the weekend of the race, the Rolex host was escaping with a cell phone to check in with another large sports event being held in the same place all over the world : Australian men’s and girls’ finalists Robert Federer and Caroline Wozniakky have won respective singles championship titles at Rod Rubber Arena, respectively. It was the first of Federer’s record 20th Grand Slam Champion and Wozniakky. Both of them Rolex insisted on their championship trophy. Rolex, setting a new record for both Daytona and Melbourne, showed an impressive sweep over the weekend with sports sponsorship.