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omologato-mission-motorsportOmologato are honoured to partner for the second year with Mission Motorsport at the Race of Remembrance this weekend at the Anglesey circuit. The six winning teams over the course of the prestigious racing weekend will be presented with an Omologato chronograph.

Race of Remembrance enters its third year this weekend, an event which has attracted many distinguished race drivers. This year Britain’s most successful military Paralympian Jon Allan Butterworth and the most decorated Olympic medallist Sir Chris Hoy are taking part in the endurance race.

Over forty teams will undertake the challenging 1,000km endurance race with over 150 drivers competing either by relay style, or by racing a single endurance car in the ‘Heroes Trophy’, whilst pausing on Remembrance Sunday for a service in the pit lane at 11am. The weekend highlights true grit and racer instinct and is a great focal point for the last big race of the British motor racing season.

As part of sponsoring the Race of Remembrance Omologato have produced a watch specifically for Mission Motorsport – The Official Mission Motorsport Chronograph. The limited edition timepiece features the Mission Motorsport logo and Union Jack flag. Profits made from the watch go directly to to the Mission Motorsport Charity. Click here for more details:

The partnership with Mission Motorsport at the Race of Remembrance culminates an eventful week for Omologato. The first #ChronosAndCars event at Porsche Retail Group in Reading saw over 300 people attend for a successful morning of cars, cameras and watches.

The gathering saw some prestigious machinery including an impeccable Ferrari F40, Andy Bruce’s priceless McLaren F1 GTR and the Omologatoliveried Brookspeed Cayman GT4 Clubsport which will be partaking in The Gulf 12 Hours at the Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi next month.

Notable social media influencers, photographers and members of the motoring community attended the event including the Head of the Mahindra Formula E team and director of Pininfarina Dilbagh Gill. The former Head of Koenigsegg Retail Jens Sverdrup arrived in a sublime Koenigsegg hypercar, the Head of Mission Motorsport James Cameron and Omologato sponsored driver Nathalie McGloinamongst many others. Further details about the second #ChronosAndCars event will be announced in due course.

Omologato founder Shami Kalra said: “This has been a massively successful week for Omologato. We are immensely proud to support Mission Motorsport for the Race of Remembrance this weekend on again. The Official Mission Motorsport Chronograph was specially made by Omologato for the charity which brings great awareness to a worthy cause. The charity re-trains forces personnel, affected by conflict, back into the world of motorsport, an ethos Omologato Watches shares.

The Race of Remembrance is the last big race of the season in the UK and will round off a thoroughly successful week for Omologato following the first ever #ChronosAndCars event, which saw over 300 friends of Omologato come together and share in a discussion of the things we feel passionately about. We are already looking ahead to our next #ChronosAndCars event, keep your eyes peeled on our social media!”

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