The quartet of watches are the brand’s interpretation of the night sky through the use of highly complicated gem setting techniques.
From TAG Heuer to Hublot and Richard Mille, these watches are worn by some of the most prolific F1 drivers today like Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc.
With the introduction of the RM UP-01 Ferrari, Richard Mille claims the title of world’s thinnest watch. But there is more to the competition between Richard Mille, Piaget and Bvlgari than a desire to break records.
After a four-year hiatus due to the pandemic, Le Mans Classic is back again in its 10th edition and come next year summer, it will be celebrating the centenary of 24 Hours Le Mans.
This wind-powered sailboat is set to surpass world sailing speed records with an 80 knot run in Summer 2023.
The bold lines of the tonneau cases and the preening mechanical movements within leave no doubt as to their pedigree of Richard Mille watches.