TAG-Heuer's Chronoprinter (CP545) is the latest evolution of the convenient handheld-timer footprint that the company is known for! The CP545 packs a ton of innovative new features including an integrated ethernet port, making it the world's first truly networked timer.
Accessories include two different docks that incorporate various combinations of cellular communications (via GSM Network), a GPS module, and an extended battery.
The CP545's numerous integrated timing modes will allow even the most demanding timekeeper to service the majority of sports disciplines operating as a stand-alone unit. When connected to a PC running TAG Heuer's range of race management software, it is also the ideal time base for all professional sports-timing.
Features include: 1/100,000 sec. accuracy, 4 channel capability, (1) Ethernet port for computer & scoreboard connectivity as well as for performing firmware upgrades, sequential numbering up to 9999, support with the TAG Heuer scoreboards, built-in high speed thermal printer with simple paper change ability, and many more features.
Nissan Middle East FZE has sped into the record books after extremely brave driver Masato Kawabata (Japan) achieved the Fastest vehicle drift ever at a staggering 304.96 km/h (189.49 mi/h), while driving a Nissan GT-R Nismo during an event at Fujairah International Airport, UAE.
The drift champion broke the Guinness World Records title three times at 273.39, 304.96 and 296.79 km/h with an angulation of 55.21°, 33.56° and 34.42° respectively, travelling down the 3 km long airstrip.
Kawabata and Nissan significantly bettered the previous record of 217.973 km/h (135.44 mi/h) which was achieved by Jakub Przygonski (Poland) at Biala Podlaska Airport near Warsaw, Poland, in 2013.