Graham Robin Mulhauser, an ambassador with endurance
Motorbike rider Robin Mulhauser has just won the 2019 Bol d'Or in the Superstock category.
Last June, 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-powered competition of pure speed, the Swiss rider and ambassador for Graham returned to his first love, endurance, in 2017. A wise choice since he would eventually reap the benefits of his efforts and talent by becoming World Superstock 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 objective in a pilot career, especially with the perfect Dream Team and thanks to Graham for their support during the season 2018-2019. We are now approaching next season 2019-2020 with the first race Bol d'Or in September."
A must for motorbike enthusiasts, the Bol d'Or is a 24-hour endurance race, considered to be the oldest in the world. The 2019 edition was held on the weekend of 21 September at the Paul Ricard racing track, in Le Castellet, and Robin Mulhauser, who was involved with Franco-Swiss "Moto Ain" team and team-mate Roberto Rolfo, did not miss the event. They drove their Yamaha #96 for 24 hours on a hell of a train and made an almost flawless run, finishing 6th overall and first in the Superstock category. This bodes well for the rest of the championship!
On the visor of Robin Mulhauser' helmet is the logo of the Graham watch brand and on his wrist, his Chronofighter Superlight Carbon Skeleton, on a white rubber strap—a powerful chronograph that best complements the colourful leather combination of an independent and bold athlete who races with passion and humility, in constant search for a better performance.
He shared these values with Graham, a unique and independent watch brand. The founder’s, Eric Loth’s, committed engagement in motorsports for almost 25 years has brought a very personal dimension to Graham’s various sponsorships. The Graham logo has adorned the motorcycles of legendary riders in the Isle of Man TT, dune buggies for off-roaders at the Baja 1000 in Mexico, cars in the Prosche Cup and Formula 1 belonging to Rubens Barichello, Jenson Buton, Nico Rosberg and Michael Schumacher before any other watchmaking brand was on the scene. This presence throughout history in motorsports is only half of the work the La Chaux-de-Fonds-based brand does, which also has deeper ties with many notable individuals in motorsports.
Éric Loth and Robin Mulhauser © Graham
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