Tag Heuer Monza Flyback Chronometer Watch
TAG Heuer released the Monza in 1975 to celebrate Ferrari's F1 Constructors Championship and Niki Lauda's Drivers Championship, the team's first since 1964. The latest iteration of the Monza shares little with its predecessors other than the case profile in a near-total reinvention of the classic watch. The 42mm case is made of swirl-pattern carbon fiber that houses TAG Heuer's in-house made Caliber Heuer 02 COSC Flyback with a skeletonized dial and 80-hour power reserve. The red and blue color scheme add contrast against the black case and dial, while the two subdials and three and six o'clock use a translucent blue fumé sapphire crystal. Racing has come a long way since 1975 — and so has the Monza.