The Speedmaster Racing Master Chronometer collection focuses on the Speedmaster’s racing heritage, because, while the watch had its best days on the moon, it was originally made for the race track. Omega made that a little clearer in 1968, just one year after the model’s launch, when the company started making a special version of the Speedmaster with an unusual staggered minute track later dubbed the
racing dial version of the Speedy.
The stainless steel models will be available from 7,800 CHF, while the Senda gold model will retail for 22,750 CHF. Omega will be offering a couple of strap options for the new collection, including an aged brown leather strap and a sportier black leather racing strap — via Hodinkee