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Rolex official timekeeper of Formula One from 2013 onwards

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    JPedroCQF1

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    http://www.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/104734

    What was Hublot to F1 after all? What will happen to them?

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    andae23

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    Hublot? I always thought Tag Heuer was the official time keeper?

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    LG is the technology partner. I don’t think that LG will retire from F1 just for not having their logo on the timing tables. But then again, I’m not sure about anything. I always thought F1 had a official timekeeper which was only a timekeeper.

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    I retract my previous comment and decide I need to do some more research before claiming I know everything… :P

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    Joe Saward says on his blog that Rolex will indeed replace Hublot and Official Timekeeper and Official Timepiece for F1. http://joesaward.wordpress.com/2012/12/05/rolex-becomes-f1-timekeeper/

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    andae23

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    Sorry, my bad

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    Why do all these news reports just regurgitate the PR bolex? Do Joe and the kids at Autosport get a free watch out of it?

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