On the occasion of the second Miami Grand Prix™, IWC Schaffhausen presents a dedicated version of the Pilot’s Watch Chronograph 41 Mercedes-AMG PETRONAS Formula One™ Team with an eye-catching Miami Pink rubber strap.
In keeping with Miami’s sun-kissed lifestyle and reflecting the vibrant colors of Ocean Drive, the color pink will accompany the team’s appearance at the upcoming race.
In addition, IWC will mark its comeback to Miami with a takeover of Jungle Plaza in the Miami Design District ahead of the race weekend from 3rd – 5th May.
IWC Schaffhausen became the official engineering partner of the Mercedes-AMG PETRONAS Formula One™ Team in 2013. This year, the Swiss luxury watch manufacturer celebrates ten years of partnership. As the motorsport’s elite gathers in Florida for the second Miami Grand Prix™ this weekend, IWC proudly presents the Pilot’s Watch Chronograph 41 Mercedes-AMG PETRONAS Formula One™ Team watch with a Miami Pink rubber strap. The chronograph is the first official team watch IWC has produced for its partner and pays tribute to the passion and determination of the team’s designers, aerodynamicists, race engineers, strategists and mechanics. The pink strap perfectly matches the team’s appearance at the Miami International Autodrome, where eye-catching pink details will be featured on the gloves and shoes of Lewis Hamilton and George Russell. The team watch on the pink strap will also be worn by team members present at the race in Miami
Introduced at the first Miami Grand Prix™ a year ago, the Pilot’s Watch Chronograph 41 Mercedes-AMG PETRONAS Formula One™ Team is crafted from remarkably rigid grade 5 titanium. IWC pioneered this material in the watch industry during the 1980s, when the company introduced the first wristwatch with a titanium case and bracelet. Offering the highest strength-todensity ratio of any metal, titanium is about 45 percent lighter than steel. It is also widely used in automotive engineering to manufacture components subject to extreme stains, such as engine valves. In addition, titanium impresses with its corrosion-resistance and skinfriendliness.
A black dial with printing and luminescence in the team’s signature PETRONAS green complements the striking design. The chronograph is powered by the IWC-manufactured 69385 calibre movement. This robust chronograph movement in a column-wheel design comprises 242 parts and can be viewed through the sapphire glass back. Its bi-directional pawl winding system builds up a power reserve of 46 hours in the mainspring.
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