Recently at the 2010 MotoGP
race at Laguna Seca near Monterey, CA, I got to see Jorge Lorenza get a 1st place win at the race. The showboating young Spaniard wooed audiences with his post-victory clown acts that fans the world over come to expect and appreciate. Before winning the race itself, Lorenzo also received a 1st place position in the qualifying pole position race - for the fifth time in a row. This earlier lap taken the day before determines in what position the riders starts the actual race. Lorenzo also beat out everyone else in this race, and for his top results, was awarded a watch by Tissot - a long time major sponsor of MotoGP.
Actually, Lorenzo won two Tissot watches that day. Another for when he won the race itself. Though as a privilege for getting a top time in the pole position lap, he got a nice Tissot T-Touch Expert watch
- presented to him directly by Sharon Buntain, Tissot's US President. Lorenzo will likely we wearing the Tissot watch with frequency - just as many people in MotoGP do (given that Tissot has been associated with MotoGP for so long).
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