Autodromo Revives The Vallelunga & It’s a Peach

Indie brand Autodromo have revived their launch model, the Vallelunga auto and it looks super sharp – plus it gets a Miyota automatic movement . Here’s the word; The original Vallelunga, which was a 42mm Quartz powered watch, quickly became one of our best sellers. Now, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the launch collection,…

Jack Mason Moto Racing: Handy Fashion Watch?

The vintage style motorsport chrono is one of our fave wristwatch designs here at NWC mag. Not just because we are petrolheads, but the classic two pusher, one crown and twin sub-dials template forged in the 1960s remains a visually pleasing – and easy to read – watch concept today. It has balance, harmony of…

Tudor Black Bay Chrono Rocks The 70s With a Gold Dial

It’s amazing what a bit of old school 1970s gold paint can do and we love the Black Bay chronograph with a gold/champagne dial for 2022. Those retro pushers and that classic twin sub-dial look hark back to the Valjoux 7733/34 cal chronographs of the motorsports era when Lauda, Hunt, Stewart and Fittipaldi were doing…

Motorsports Watches: Axion Racing Commander

Love motorsports watches? Check out Axion’s Racing Commander, a British designed, Swiss powered chrono that makes a left field choice compared to a Sinn, LIV, Certina DS, Tissot PRS, Steinhart, Limes etc. Yeah, there are still lots of watch brands utilising the venerable Valjoux/ETA 7750 movement and who can blame them? It is one of…

Ferro One Hand in British Racing Green

Ferro has sent us some info on their British Racing Green watch, which is unusual in that it has just one hand. You can still gauge the time, more ot less from the position of that one hand, but at $455 we are demanding two – no let’s go large – THREE hands. Better for…

New 34mm Models From Omologato

Omologato has launched a range of 34mm watches, which capture the motorsport vibe whilst remaining traditionally old school small. Now lots of ladies like a 34mm and lots of gents watches from before 1970 were this small too, in fact your NWC editor owns a nice Accurist which is just 33mm wide. These new watches…

Bell+Ross Renault F1 Collection

Let’s be homnest, F1 is dull now. But some of the cars look amazing and we are always suckers for motorsport themed watches here at NWC mag. The new Bell & Ross chronographs feature white numbers on a black dial, with some typically Renault blue – bleu then, OK – around the edge. Yes, we…

It’s Alright Baby Blue

This limited edition Viro model is one of those laidback designs that grows on you the more you look at it. It’s retro motorsport, yet still looks clean and modern. You can’t go wrong with Stoke pottery blue and white, offset with orange hands. Here’s the word from Union Glashutte; This special model, limited to…