2011 reissue of the chronograph in 1975 dedicated to the fastest circuit of the F1 World Championship. Cash cushion, Arabic numerals, indices chemin de fer.
Vintage Inspiration for DNA Racing chronograph by definition. The adrenaline rushes like the original. At 36 years apart.
What Monza, home of the Grand Prix of Italy, is the fastest circuit of the F1 world championship. The binding of TAG Heuer with this circuit goes back to a warm day in September 1975 when the Swiss driver Clay Regazzoni climbed on top step of the podium, while his Ferrari team-mate Niki Lauda came third, winning the world title .
Both Ferrari cars were sponsored HEUER. The Seventies bind TAG Heuer Scuderia Ferrari as official timekeeper since 1971. To celebrate Ferrari’s double podium that day, Jack Heuer designed a new limited edition collection dedicated to the Italian circuit.
Monza is always a series of TAG Heuer’s most sought-after by collectors, played over the years in various editions. Reintroduced in 2003, the collection Monza had been declined on that occasion in a full range of versions Solotempo movement (Calibre 6) and Chronograph (Calibre Calibre 17 and 36).
The highly anticipated return of MONZA Automatic Chronograph version is scheduled for June 2011. Limited edition of 1911 numbered copies in honor of the launch date of the Time of Trip, the first dashboard chronograph, the new version of the Monza chronograph revives the aesthetic of the seventies, an era full of memories for world championship and Ferrari Heuer.