16th May 2018
Whether you’re a lover of sports, a racing car enthusiast or all of the above, here’s our guide to this summer’s unmissable events.
GP HISTORIQUE MONACO
11th – 13th May 2018
The romance and mythology of Monaco’s street circuit won’t be lost on anyone. Considered the slowest and hardest of the Formula 1 World Championship, it is a track that has pushed drivers to their limits since 1929. It is this that has earned the circuit legendary status and as such it is now the home of the GP Historique Monaco. Organised every two weeks before the F1 Grand Prix of Monaco, classic cars line up to take spectators back in time in a celebration of racing history.
10th June 2018
Celebrities, sportsmen and footballing greats will take to the pitch this June all in the name of charity. In a game like no other Robbie Williams will lead team England against Usain Bolt’s World XI in the ultimate charity football match, raising cash for Unicef. Since the inaugural game in 2006 Soccer Aid has raised more than £20 million for charity, with big names such as Will Ferrell and Michael Sheen joining legends including Ronaldinho in the anticipated match.
15th – 22nd July 2018
Teeing off this summer The 147th Open championship will see some of the world’s best golfers vie to lift the historic Claret Jug. The first Open tournament took place in 1860 in Prestwick and since then has taken place at some of the most respected golf courses across the country. With its thick rough and devilish bunkers, Carnoustie is known as one of the world’s most challenging links courses.
HENLEY ROYAL REGATTA
4th – 8th July 2018
Regarded as one of the world’s most prestigious rowing competitions the Henley Royal Regatta holds a special place in the hearts of rowers across the world. Founded in 1839 the event is a key date in the British summer social calendar with the event recognised as being a top level sporting competition and social soiree. More than 300,000 spectators take in the spectacle every year, with former champions such as Olympians Sir Steve Redgrave and Dame Katherine Grainger counting Henley titles amongst their biggest achievements. In 2017 Bremont was named as the first official timing partner.
3rd – 27th August 2018
The world’s greatest platform for creative freedom will once again take over the Scottish capital this summer as the Edinburgh Festival Fringe rolls into town. Ever wondered why you should make the journey? Well in 2017 the city played host to 53,232 performances of 3,398 shows across 300 venues, so there are literally thousands of reasons. From comedy shows, to musical performances and of course the annual ROX Fringe extravaganza, there really is something for everyone.
2018 FIFA WORLD CUP
14th June – 15th July 2018
All eyes will look to Russia this summer as the 2018 FIFA World Cup kicks off on June 14th. Teams from across the globe will make the journey, vying for the title of the world’s greatest team in the ultimate celebration of the beautiful game. The Tournament kicks off at the capital’s iconic Luzhniki Stadium where Russia will begin their 2018 campaign against Saudi Arabia. Once again, Hublot will be at the heart of the action taking on the role of the Official FIFA Watch and the Official FIFA Timekeeper of the 2018 World Cup.
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