MONGRIP™ has released a new collection of Limited Edition bracelets made from a tyre used by Michael Schumacher in the 1996 Monza Grand Prix. The LEGEND collection pays tribute to the seven-time Formula 1™ World Champion and includes 91 bracelets, each featuring a piece of the original tyre with which Schumacher won his first Monza race in a Ferrari. The exclusive No.1 bracelet will be auctioned by Bonhams during the Abu Dhabi Formula 1™ Grand Prix.
The Details of the LEGEND Collection
The LEGEND collection of Limited Edition bracelets by MONGRIP™ features 91 bracelets, each with a piece of the tyre used by Michael Schumacher in his first Monza race in a Ferrari. The exclusive No.1 bracelet will be auctioned by Bonhams from November 17th to November 30th during the Abu Dhabi Formula 1™ Grand Prix. The bracelet features 7 diamonds on the Platinum clasp, paying tribute to Schumacher’s 7 world championship titles.
The Collaboration with KEEP FIGHTING FOUNDATION
MONGRIP™ collaborated with the KEEP FIGHTING FOUNDATION, a charitable institution established by the Schumacher family, to create the LEGEND collection. The foundation selected a piece of MONGRIP™ memorabilia to create the collection, choosing a tyre used during Michael Schumacher’s historic victory at the 1996 Monza Grand Prix. The purpose of the foundation is to keep alive the spirit of Michael Schumacher’s career and inspire others to never give up.
How to Purchase the LEGEND Collection
The exclusive No.1 bracelet will be auctioned by Bonhams during the Abu Dhabi Formula 1™ Grand Prix. For those who are unable to secure the No.1 bracelet, a first batch of 7 bracelets will be available for purchase on December 7th on the official company website www.mongrip.com, and subsequently, the date for the availability of a second batch of bracelets will be announced, along with the option for a privileged pre-order. Some pieces from the collection will also be accessible starting from Saturday, December 9th, at the brand’s official retailers in the Principality of Monaco.