• 1984

    First manual timing system

    System developed within the company Yankee (cars radio controlled scale 1/4)

  • 1986

    First automatic timing system

    This system allowed to identify up to 14 cars.


  • 1989

    Timing system improvements

    An evolution make possible to identify up to 28 cars.

  • 1994

    Chronelec foundation

    Pierre Rousseau found Chronelec.
    Working without a break, a timing system for karting is developed (system allow identification of 40 cars).


  • 1995

    Launch marketing of timing system

    Launch marketing of karting timing system.
    In 3 years, more than 150 karting tracks equipped.

  • 1998

    Timing system improvements

    New timing system able to identify an unlimited number of vehicles.
    Company moved in new building and the first employee hired.


  • 2000

    Contract with FFM

    Contract with the FFM (French Federation of Motorcycling) to equip all disciplines with transponders.

  • 2002

    New headquarters

    Chronelec moved into its new headquarters at Norges La Ville, France.


  • 2003

    24h du Mans Auto and Moto

    Chronelec transponders are used at the 24 hours du Mans Auto and Moto.

  • 2005

    Contract with FFSA

    Contract with the FFSA (French Federation of Cars racing) to provide in the “Series FFSA” a timing system with intermediate times.


  • 2008

    Contract with TAG Heuer

    Partnership with TAG Heuer