Hublot Unveils The Limited Editions New Big Bang Ferrari 1000 GP To Celebrate Scuderia Ferrari Take Part In Their 1000th Grand Prix


In the year that the Formula 1 World Championship celebrates its 70th anniversary, the weekend of September 13th will see Scuderia Ferrari take part in their 1000th Grand Prix, on home soil, with the race held at the Mugello circuit in Italy. ⁠

To celebrate this milestone, Hublot unveils the new Big Bang Ferrari 1000 GP. Available in two versions, the watch pays tribute to both the glorious history of Scuderia Ferrari and its role at the leading edge of advances in technology. These are released in two limited editions of 20 pieces: 20-20, to reflect the landmark year in which the brand is set to take part in their 1000th race.

Intended as a tribute to the rich Ferrari heritage, the first timepiece comes in polished white gold and is engraved with ‘Limited Edition x/20’, offering two straps that are interchangeable by utilising the Hublot One Click system.
In Pecari leather – once worn by racing drivers – with white stitching, the first strap comes lined with sturdy black rubber, with the alternative in embossed black schedoni leather with black topstitching.

The second watch instead references the present and future of the Scuderia, with a case fittingly created from carbon-ceramic, the same as that used for Ferrari brake discs, a cutting edge technological aspect developed by the Swiss Horlogerie brand in collaboration with Ferrari.

The ‘1000GP’ logo is etched onto the reverse of each watch. And, similar to how many Ferrari models permit drivers to view the motor through the glass engine lid, the crystal surface of the back of the watch case allows a view of the Hublot Unico Manufacture in movement, as it integrates a flyback chronograph with column wheel and a power reserve of 72 hours.

These beautiful creations are a fitting commemoration of Hublot’s own fortieth year and its ongoing collaboration with Ferrari as the Scuderia proudly reaches seventy years of Formula One racing.

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