Grand Prix

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Originally designed to meet the requirements of Air Force pilots, the Bell & Ross chronograph has become, as the years go by, a reference with regards to sports watches, particularly in the field of motor racing. In 2004, the Grand Prix model was the chronograph of the Belgium Grand Prix, which too place at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit. Selected by a jury of specialists for its readability, precision and for its performance, the Belgium Grand Prix watch was presents to the 3 drivers who ascended the podium.

Specifications

Specifications
Diameter Thickness Water Resistance Lug Width Lug-to-lug Movement Power Reserve
41.5 mm 17.5 mm 200 m 20 mm  ?? Valjoux 7750 42 hours

Standard Models

Standard models
Year Introduced Model Year Discontinued Image Description
 ?? Grand Prix Chronograph  ?? Grand-prix-chrono.png Case: Stainless steel
Dial: Grey with black and white counters
Strap: Rubber or stainless steel bracelet
MSRP: $2,500

Limited Editions

Limited Editions
Year Released Model # of Watches Image Description
2004 Belgian Grand Prix '04 100 Belgian-grand-prix-04-ltd.png Case: Stainless steel
Dial: Grey with black counters
Strap: Rubber or stainless steel bracelet
MSRP: $2,500
2005 Belgian Grand Prix '05 100 Belgian-grand-prix-05-ltd.png Case: Titanium
Dial: Grey with silver counters
Strap: Rubber or titanium bracelet
MSRP: $3,150

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