HEUER

Monza Limited Edition


The Monza has a truly rich motorsport heritage. Its very being was the result of Niki Lauda winning the 1975 F1 title for the Heuer sponsored Ferrari team at the Italian Grand Prix, on the Monza track (Lauda placed 3rd, with Ferrari teammate, Clay Regazzoni finishing in 1st place). Jack Heuer wanted to celebrate Ferrari’s title win as well as the end of their 11-year dry spell. The result was the Heuer Monza, which sold as a limited edition in a miniature red racing helmet bearing Lauda’s name.
This particular Monza comes with the original crown, case back and dial but the case is not genuine Monza. It is from another Heuer, probably from a Heuer Jarama.  

About the Brand

Edouard Heuer founded The Heuer Watch Company in 1860 in St. Imier, Switzerland. From the beginning Heuer's timepieces were accurate and dependable, which made the brand a household name amongst various sports, especially motorsports. In 1911 Heuer introduced the first automobile dashboard chronograph called the "Time of Trip." This timepiece revolutionized the world of automotive racing because it enabled the pilots and co-pilots to keep track of their lap times. In 1914 they changed the sports world once again with the introduction of the first wrist worn chronograph. These technological advancements heightened Heurer's reputation as premier watchmakers and in 1924 they became the official timekeeper of the Olympic games. Heuer is one of the most influential timepiece manufacturers in the world.

Technical Specs

Heuer Monza

Year: 1975

Reference: 150.511

Movement: Caliber 15 automatic

Case Material: Steel

Case Size: 39 mm

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