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“The watches look amazing - like they might start up and speed right off your wrist. ”
— Robert Stillman,
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Every detail down to the last stitch.
The Watches Are a Fitting Tribute to The Race That Proved to be Truly Bittersweet for Miles
If you are a motorsport history buff you have no doubt heard the story, or a version of it, before...
At the end of that 1966 Le Mans race, Miles was comfortably in the lead but received orders to slow down in order to create a tight grouping among the top three cars (all GT40's) which would make for a much more dramatic and attention-grabbing photo.
Unfortunately, what the team officials issued the order that when two or more cars cross the finish line together, the automatic winner is the car that has traveled the furthest distance.