Brawn GP 2009 Championship Gear Ratio Clock
Your piece of the Brawn GP car!
Brawn GP had a whirlwind Formula One career - competing in just one season in 2009 - when they clinched both the Constructors' Championship, and the Driver's Championship with Jenson Button. Right from the start, Brawn GP dominated the field and showed consistent pace in short and long runs.
Brawn GP ran with Mercedes engine and their own in-house carbon fibre cased gearbox. The BGP001 proved to be one of the most successful chassis of all time.
These gear ratios come from the championship-winning BGP001 car - as driven by Jenson Button and Rubens Barrichello. A valuable piece of Formula One heritage, the gear ratios are kept in their original race-used condition - with their original, unique part identification numbers clearly engraved onto the gears. The gears are mounted onto a white acrylic stand and the finishing touch is the yellow second hand to represent the iconic Brawn GP livery.
Clock measures 16cm tall x 15.5cm wide x 7.5cm deep and is presented in a luxury gift box and complete with official certificate of authenticity.