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Published on September 4th, 2019 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez

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IWC RACING TEAM AT THE AROSA CLASSICCAR 2019

The Ingenieur Chronograph Edition “74th Members’ Meeting at Goodwood” is a tribute to the celebrated event held in Southern England. The Ingenieur Chronograph Edition “Rudolf Caracciola” pays tribute to the legendary German racer, and the Ingenieur Chronograph Edition “W 125” was built to honor the iconic Mercedes-Benz Silver Arrows.

All three feature a chronograph with a tachymeter, and are built around a self-winding IWC-manufactured 69370 caliber movement running at 4Hz, which is visible through a sapphire glass back. This is why IWC keeps its racing heritage running with the best car and driver.

AROSA, SWITZERLAND – 01. September 2019: The IWC Racing Team showed up on the grid of the 15th Arosa ClassicCar for the second time. Bernd Schneider drove the Mercedes-Benz300 SL “Gullwing” on the winding 7.3 kilometre hill-climb route from Langwies to Arosa. (Photo by Matthieu Bonnevie for IWC)
AROSA, SWITZERLAND – 01. September 2019: The IWC Racing Team showed up on the grid of the 15th Arosa ClassicCar for the second time. Bernd Schneider drove the Mercedes-Benz300 SL “Gullwing” on the winding 7.3 kilometre hill-climb route from Langwies to Arosa. (Photo by Matthieu Bonnevie for IWC)
AROSA, SWITZERLAND – 01. September 2019: The IWC Racing Team showed up on the grid of the 15th Arosa ClassicCar for the second time. Bernd Schneider drove the Mercedes-Benz300 SL “Gullwing” on the winding 7.3 kilometre hill-climb route from Langwies to Arosa. (Photo by Matthieu Bonnevie for IWC)

IWC Schaffhausen’s international motorsport team participated in its second Arosa Classic Car event this weekend. Racing driver Bernd Schneider skilfully drove the Mercedes-Benz 300 SL “Gullwing” for the Swiss watchmaking company on the route from Langwies to Arosa at the 15th edition of the hill climb event.

The stunning Graubünden mountains providethe perfect backdrop for the extraordinary vehicles participating in the ArosaClassicCar race. The 15th edition of the international hill climb for historicsports and racing cars attracted around 27,000 spectators. The breathtakinghistoric vehicles and fantastic driving performances are what draw so many fansto this unique event in Arosa year after year. A total of 162 driversparticipated in the 2019 event.

IWCMOTORSPORT TEAM PUTS IN AN IMPRESSIVE PERFORMANCE

IWC Schaffhausen is a partner of the internationally renowned event, which combines motor racing and action against the stunning backdrop of the Swiss Alps. The IWC racing team has been participating in historic racing events in its 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL “Gullwing” since 2018.

The vehicle is famous for its powerfulengine and vertically opening gull-wing doors. In April 2019, the IWC crewdrove the 300 SL to first place in the Tony Gaze Trophy at the GoodwoodMembers’ Meeting in England. The team and the vehicle give a fine demonstrationof their expertise at every race – and also did exactly that in Arosa.

German racing driver Bernd Schneider tookto the track for IWC in Arosa this weekend and drove the Mercedes- Benz 300 SL“Gullwing” on the challenging Arosa hill climb course, which covers adistance of 7.3 kilometres.

As a true professional, Schneider was well aware of the qualities of the iconic racing car, and used them to his advantage. The stunning vehicle boasts 215 HP and a top speed of 250 km/h. But it is not all just about performance. The historic gull-wing car is also a vehicle that motor racing enthusiasts are very passionate about.

It embodies IWC’s core values of excellentquality and performance, a true pioneering spirit and outstandingcraftsmanship. Mercedes-AMG and IWC have been partners for many years, and thispartnership is based on the countless qualities that are shared by the worldsof motorsport and watchmaking.


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