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Automotive enthusiasts that attended the Super Trofeo World Final at the Vallelunga Circuit near Rome were in for a treat.
There are no shortage of automotive-inspired watches out there… and we’ve discovered a cool new collection from Autodromo Watches.
This batch of timepieces was inspired by the instrument gauges of vintage Italian racing cars. There are three models in the series – Brescia, Vallelunga and Veloca – and all boast sleek, cool styling.
The Brescia is named after the town where Mille Miglia – Europe’s most difficult road race – crossed the finish line. The Vallelunga watch was inspired by racing tachometers used in many 1960s and 1970s Italian Prototype and Grand Prix racing cars, while the Veloce (Italian for rapid) is inspired by a classic 1960s rev counter. All three boast a sporting face, a 42mm case in brushed or PVD-coated black stainless steel, a perforated leather wrist strap, and Swiss made Ronda movements with an oversized date window.
These watches cost $425 each and you can buy them on the Autodromo Watches website.