UK replica Rolex’s passion for speed came back to the 1930s when the brand cooperated with Britain’s Sir Malcolm Campbell, Who broke the World Land Speed Record nine times and even firstly broke the symbolic 300 mph (483 km/h) barrier at the wheel of his speedster, Bluebird. With time goes, the passion for speed racing and record breaking has turned into an exploration of the advanced technology, such as supporting BLOODHOUND SSC to challenge the 1,000 mph (1,609 km/h) recorder in this year.
The two fastest men in the world are leading the BLOODHOUND Project: Richard Noble, Project Director and former record holder, and Andy Green, the driver, current record holder and the first person to drive at supersonic speed. Between them, they have held the World Land Speed Record for over 30 years. This time, they will try to break the old World Land Speed Record with the help of copy Rolex watches UK.