A limited edition Big Bang All Black Split-Second watch, honoring Ayrton Senna, deceased champion Grand Prix race car driver, has been developed by the Hublot Company, as part of its support for the Ayrton Senna Instute. The watch comes in black, with the dial showing Senna's signature in red, and a Brazilian flag in green and yellow. The amazing Chronograph Split-Second watch has a Power Reserve indicator to alert its owner in the event of a soon-to-be depleted battery. This extraordinary watch was introduced to the public on October 18, 2008.
The split-second watch is helping contribute to Hublot's support of the Ayrton Senna Institute. It was awarded at the Sao Paulo Formula 1 Grand Prix, a fitting event for such a presentation.
The Aryton Senna Institute
Aryton Senna's sister, Viviane Senna, manages the non-profit Aryton Senna Institute, which she established over fourteen years ago in Brazil. Her brother was proud of his native country, and wanted to help bring dignity and equality to Brazil. The institute keeps his memory, values and ideals alive. The institute gives the children of Brazil a chance to improve their education, not only academically, but also aids with their social development. The institute has developed special education systems especially suited to children. These programs were tested and evaluated, to help the young people increase and improve their skills. These educational programs have assisted over eight million children, from twenty-five provinces of Brazil, in developing and enhancing their academic and social skills.
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