Carbon disc brake of Ferrari 248 F1 gets transformed into a wall clock

The R&D at Ferrari might not have guessed in their wildest of dreams while designing the Ferrari 248 F1 racecar that one of its components can actually serve as a decorative wall clock. The awesome factor is that the wall clock has been actually created using the carbon disc brake of the 248 F1 car that Michael Schumacher drove in the Formula One 2006 season.

The design of the wall clock is perfectly carved out by integrating to it an 18 X 18 inch carbon wall plaque that mounts the carbon brake disc centrally. Also, the clock features the fender shield of the company in the middle from where three clock hands arise. To give it a unique signature touch, the makers have complimented the wall clock design with autographs of Luca Cordero Di Montezemolo (CEO, Ferrari), Jean Todt, and the most loved F1 driver Michael Schumacher. The clock requires just a single AA battery and has stainless steel hands to it. The price of this exquisite wall clock is $10,000.




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