To celebrate the start of the 2021 F1 season in Bahrain, TAG Heuer revealed 4 new references in its TAG Heuer Formula 1 collection. The new watches in tangerine orange and lime yellow, vibrant colors are inspired by the 1980s and 90s.
TAG Heuer supports the Red Bull Racing Formula One team in the upcoming 2021 season debuting in Bahrain, while being the Official timekeeper of the Monaco Grand Prix and long-standing sponsor of the Automobile Club de Monaco.
The TAG Heuer Formula 1 collection celebrates this consistent passion for the race track. The new pieces – 3 chronographs and a three-hands model – come with a 43 mm diameter steel case and ceramic bezel, an asphalt textured dial and, on certain models, a nylon strap reminiscent of the harness inside a cockpit. It sports the same gleaming colors that abound in the paddock.
This latest livery introduces a lime yellow along with a vibrant orange, a color that has been part of the TAG Heuer DNA for more than fifty years.
In the 1970s already, Jack Heuer presented an Autavia with orange accents on the central hand and indexes. And when the company launched its TAG Heuer Formula 1 in 1986, this fun color had already taken its place in the palette.
Dominating the dial, orange decorates the three-hand model, while on the chronograph, adopting the understatement of the lime yellow, it highlights the hands, indexes and subdials and contrasts on the ceramic tachymeter-scale bezel.