Date — 16 October, 2012
Juan Manuel Fangio (1911–1995), a racing car driver from Argentina who won five Formula One World Championships (1951, 1954–1957).
Helgo Wischmann, Baden-Baden, Germany
2. – 6.
Igor Dzajic, Zagreb, Croatia
Julien Gallardo, San Sebastian, Spain
Irene Passos, Santa Monica, USA
Emmanuel Schneider, Cran Gevrier, France
Jim Crue, Minneapolis, USA
7. – 10.
Bernard Fourie, Pretoria, South Africa
Brian Hallett, Burgess Hill, United Kingdom
David Mathias, Blonay, Switzerland
Guiscardo Pin, Höhenkirchen-Siegertsbrunn, Germany
—The Watch Magazine from IWC Schaffhausen
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