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The watch is an invitation to get behind the wheel of a racing car and experience the extreme sensation felt by the driver, for whom a watch is not only a tool, but also an ally at each and every moment of the race. This Vintage BR V2-94 R.S.18 model immerses us in the world of motor racing adoption Formula 1® racing codes.

It features a 41 mm case in satin-finished steel, a carbon fibre dial (a highly-prized material in the world of high-end motoring) and black and yellow in reference to the colours of the Renault Sport Formula One™ Team. Linked by the values of high precision and excellence, the partnership between Bell & Ross and the Renault Sport Formula One™ Team is a continuous source of inspiration and motivation for the watch brand.

The BR V2-94 R.S.18 has a yellow internal minute track and two counters, one in red for optimal legibility of the chronograph function. This complication, invented to measure short periods of time, is the king of motor sports functions, since it enables the performance of vehicles on the track to be measured with great accuracy. The bezel also features a tachymeter scale which allows a car’s speed to be instantly calculated over a given distance. This chronograph model evokes the sporting world of race tracks and paddocks, with its numerals adopting the typography used for the Renault Sport Formula One™ Team. It is powered by a Swiss mechanical calibre with automatic winding. The sapphire case-back bears a metallized depiction of the Renault car and its serial number.

The BR V2-94 R.S.18 is available with a micro-perforated calfskin strap with carbon fibre effect and a yellow lining, or a bracelet in satin-finished polished steel.

The design and colour code used for this timepiece allow the time to be read quickly and accurately. This limited edition of 999 pieces will captivate sensation seekers and fans of this sporting discipline.

 

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