Celebrating its 40th anniversary, the legendary Heuer Monza Chronograph is reissued to the delight of collectors. In 1976, Jack Heuer designed an all-black chronograph to celebrate Niki Lauda’s first world championship title with Ferrari. This legendary racing watch is revisited in 2016 and features the original pulsometer and tachymeter scales on the bezel, as well as the original cushion-shaped case. Unlike the original 39mm case in steel, the new 42mm case is made from grade 5 titanium, coated with black titanium carbide, making it lighter, more shock-resistant, and lending it a sleek matte black finish. The dial features two chronograph counters and a date window: the minute counter is at 9 o’clock, the running seconds at 3 o’clock, and the date window at 6 o’clock. The engine of this racing machine is an automatic mechanical in-house TAG Heuer movement. Thanks to the screwed down caseback with the vintage Heuer logo and the word Monza printed on the steel, the watch is water-resistant to 100 metres and comes with a groovy perforated calfskin strap, similar to the original model.