The most glamorous of the sections of the F1 World, on the circuit that inspired the legendary Monaco collection in 1969, saw the protagonist McQueen Monaco ACM in a prestigious charity auction (22,000 euro), the beautiful ‘grid-girls’ in the inspired minidress Mans, and a preview of the latest version of the icon template from engaging square case.
The Grand Prix de Monaco was definitely the perfect setting to pay tribute to 150 years to Mastering Speed.
And last May 27 to mark the occasion, Jean-Christophe Babin, TAG Heuer and CEO Michel Boeri, President of the Automobile Club de Monaco, signed the partnership between the Swiss watch brand for over 150 years has linked his name His passion for engines, the most glamorous F1 circuit, which in 1969 already won Jack Heuer, who dedicated the eponymous collection of chronographs from square case.
TAH Heuer has not missed an opportunity also to present the watch Monaco Calibre 12 custom ACM McQueen, who was beaten to the record figure of € 22,000 in a charity evening in support of Special Olympics sponsored by His Highness Prince Albert of Monaco.
Space also see the launch of three new versions of the collection dedicated to the circuit: TAG Heuer Monaco V4 Rose Gold, available on the Italian market since June, TAG Heuer Monaco V4 in titanium and unique TAG Heuer Monaco Mikrograph.
The latter will return to visit Monaco on September 22 at charity auction for research on Duchenne muscular dystrophy ‘Only Watch’, which will be featured for TAG Heuer.