Fabio Scherer is pleased to welcome prestigious Swiss watchmaker, Eterna, as one of his personal supporters during the 2017 motor racing season.

The collaboration brings together two of Switzerland’s finest products: a talented 18-year-old racing driver that is forging a formidable reputation and hoping to eventually represent his country in Formula One, and a world-renowned timepiece manufacturer that has been at the forefront of technical innovation and design since 1856.

Eterna is proud to have aligned itself with such a young and talented sportsman like Fabio and, as part of the agreement, the US Racing driver will help to promote the strong Swiss qualities of the Eterna brand to a youthful audience.

Fabio will wear a stylish watch from Eterna’s ‘Kontiki’ collection when he’s racing in the ADAC Formula 4 Championship in Germany and making other appearances away from the race track.

Fabio, who recently took part in an Eterna photoshoot at La-Chaux-de-Fonds in Switzerland, said: “As a Swiss driver, it’s great to be supported by such a high-profile brand from my homeland. Eterna is a classical Swiss company that makes watches which look great and are really nice to wear. 

“The fact that Eterna make watches – a precisely engineered product that’s famous for being from Switzerland – makes this collaboration even more special for me. I’ll be proud to promote Eterna as I tackle new challenges and hopefully record many future successes.”

To see Eterna’s range of watches, visit www.eterna.com.

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