Bentley is continuing to remind us of their ice speed record set back in February 2011 by Juha Kankkunen on the frozen waters of the Baltic Sea.
If you remember Bentley’s achievement, they managed to reach a speed of 205.48 mph (330.695 Km/h) in an all-wheel-drive 6.0-litre 12-cylinder Continental Supersports, beating Kankkunen’s previous record of 199.83 mph (321.6 km/h) set in 2007 in a Continental GT.
At the end of the same month Bentley was launching the Supersports Ice Speed Record Convertible, a special version limited to 100 exemplars that would celebrate this record, and right now they are also introducing a commemorative watch developed by the Swiss from Breitling.
The Bentley ISR watch is also limited to 100 copies and it comes at no extra cost to those who purchase the ISR Supersports.
This limited edition chronograph comes in a carbon fiber presentation box, has a strap made out of highly durable rubber and with a titanium case engraved on the back. It is water resistant (100m), measures 49 mm in diameter and features bidirectional rotating pinion bezel with variable tachometer and a cambered sapphire crystal face.
It is self winding and it contains 38 jewels.

Source: Bentley