Set your sights on the latest Bell & Ross watch designed like an F1 engine
Go full throttle
Judging by the varied partnerships between F1 teams and lauded maisons, few things sync together so seamlessly like motorsports and horology. In pursuing this technological unity, Bell & Ross has crossed over to the realm of competitive racing by partnering with the Renault Sport Formula One Team. An alliance that was minted a little over a year ago back in February 2016, both brands have since pushed ever higher for innovation excellence, the result of which culminated in the BR03-94 RS17 timepiece and its automotive counterpart, the R.S.17 race car.
Inspired by Formula One and the materials utilised to withstand the high-octane action of the racing world, the French-Swiss watch manufacture has harnessed ceramic and carbon fibre to create the signature square watchcase of the BR03-94 RS17, making it extremely resilient and shock-resistant. An element pulled directly from the steering wheel of the R.S.17 car, this matte black casing frames a 42mm dial boasting a slew of racing timekeeping features such as a 30-minute timer at 9 o'clock, a small seconds counter on the opposite, and a tachymetre scale along the flange. Another touch of exclusivity includes the yellow anodised aluminium accents that highlight the chronograph complications — the exact shade made iconic by Renault ever since they entered the F1 circuit. Equipped with the automatic calibre BR-CAL.301, this is a lightweight, powerhouse of a timepiece that wholly integrates the best of both fields.
The Bell & Ross x Renault BR03-94 RS17 will debut at Baselworld 2017.
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