The Grand Prix is the ultimate motorsport race with the fastest single-seater cars whizzing around renowned tracks like Monaco. For 60 years, Longines was timekeeper at the races and constantly sought to improve precision.
Dutch Grand Prix 1966: Winner
Jack Brabham (AUS) in his Brabham-Repco leads team-mate Denny Hulme (NZ).
Grand Prix F1 Belgium 1967: Graham Hill (UK) in a Lotus 49.
Italian Grand Prix at Monza 1986: Stefan Johansson (SWE) in his Ferrari, checking
time measured by Longines/Olivetti.
Ferrari driver Gilles Villeneuve (middle) with his wife Joann and Longines timekeeper Jean Campiche (left) at the Dutch Grand Prix 1981 in Zandvoort.
The first Grand Prix de Monaco, 1950.