Champions of Monaco ‘Leather Art’ Duffle Bag from Jordan Bespoke
The Champions of Monaco duffle bag celebrates the 70th anniversary of the Monaco Grand Prix and partners exclusively with Sir Jackie Stewart’s Race Against Dementia (RAD) charity.
Thank you to the British Racing Drivers Club for allowing us to photograph in the beautiful Clubhouse – Home of the British Grand Prix.
Crafted from the highest quality automotive Bridge of Weir Scottish leather, the bag is finished in dark blue, complimenting the colours of the RAD charity logo and on the other side the outline of the Monaco circuit outline stitched.
displays a glorious selection of original licenced photographs of Monaco Grand Prix winners spanning 70 years of motor racing.
1950 Juan Manuel Fangio – Alfa Romeo
1961 Sir Stirling Moss – Lotus
1969 Graham Hill – Lotus
1973 Sir Jackie Stewart – Tyrrell
1976 Niki Lauda – Ferrari
1979 Jody Scheckter – Ferrari
1998 Keke Rosberg – Williams
1988 Alain Prost – McLaren
1992 Ayrton Senna – McLaren
1998 Mika Hakkinen – McLaren
1999 Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
2002 David Coulthard – McLaren
2009 Jenson Button – Brawn
2015 Nico Rosberg – Mercedes
2017 Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari
2018 Daniel Ricciardo – Red Bull
2019 Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes
Striking bespoke linings are a recognisable and in-demand feature of every Jordan Bespoke bag.
The HANDLES & SHOULDER STRAPS
We use original 60’s automotive seat belt webbing.
BRITISH DESIGN to be used as Grand Touring Luggage, Kit Bag or Weekend Holdall, travel in style.
The Monaco Grand Prix is rightly considered as the most technical, complex, highly glamorous motor racing street circuit in the world. While street racing in the Principality can be traced back to the late 20s, the first World Championship of Drivers race took place on 21 May 1950. The 100-lap race covered an overall distance of 318.1 km (197.1 miles) and was won by Juan Manuel Fangio for the Alfa Romeo team after he started from pole position. Alberto Ascari finished second for Ferrari and Louis Chiron finished third for Maserati.
Sir Jackie Stewart, known as the Flying Scot, competed in Formula One between 1965 and 1973 winning three world drivers’ championships in 1969, 1971 and 1973 and is now known as one of the greatest drivers in the history of the sport. In 2016 Sir Jackie formed Race Against Dementia to fund research into the treatment and prevention of the diseases that cause dementia, using lessons learnt in Formula One’s approach to research and technology. His beloved wife of 56 years Lady Helen Stewart was diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia in 2014. Today, 50 million people have dementia. One in three people born today will die with dementia and a new person develops dementia every 2.5 seconds. A percentage of all sales from the Champions of Monaco luxury leather duffle bag will be donated to Race Against Dementia.
Sir Jackie Stewart said “I’ve used a Simon Jordan bag for many years and was delighted when he suggested creating a unique product to support my Race Against Dementia charity. Dementia is a cruel disease that will affect many of our lives, it is my aim to ensure we do all we can to beat the disease and ease the lives of those who suffer from it. Every Champions of Monaco bag sold will help our charity thanks to our partnership with Jordan Bespoke.”
Simon Jordan, Founder of Jordan Bespoke said “Every Jordan Bespoke product has a part of my heart and soul within it, especially when it is motorsport related, but working with a hero like Sir Jackie to help the Race Against Dementia, takes this to another level. My Father suffers with dementia and I know how destructive it is. Playing a small part in the fight against the disease is very important to me and many others around the world.
If you love stylish design, quality leather, motorsport and would like to help support a very worthy charity, place an order for this unique item.
Race Against Dementia is a registered charity in England and Wales (1165559), founded by Sir Jackie Stewart, OBE. The Race Against Dementia Fellowship Programme provides both funding and outstanding development opportunities for early career dementia scientists.
Image Source – Photographs used for the Bespoke Printed Lining
Juan Manuel Fangio – Alfa Romeo 158 – 1950. Thank you to: ‘Centro Documentazione Alfa Romeo – Arese’
All other photographs. Thank you to: Paul – Henri Cahier