introducing

the bremont x williams collection

Official Timing Partner to Williams Racing, Bremont is proud to unveil a series of new watches that draw upon a shared British heritage and engineering expertise. A truly iconic British partnership

"WILLIAMS RACING HAS FOUND THE PERFECT BRAND FIT WITH BREMONT. THE SYNERGIES BETWEEN OUR TWO BUSINESSES IN TERMS OF BRITISH DESIGN AND ENGINEERING ARE UNDENIABLE AND COMPLEMENT EACH OTHER BEAUTIFULLY. ”

Jost Capito, Williams Racing CEO

MAN AND MACHINE

HIGH PERFORMANCE MEETS EXTREME DURABILITY

The design of the WR-22 embodies Bremont’s maxim of being ‘Tested beyond Endurance’ bringing together high performance and extreme durability, a perfect fit for the Williams Racing team who will be putting the watch through its paces throughout the F1 calendar.

THE BEST OF BRITISH ENGINEERING

A FINELY TUNED ENGINE

The 43mm chronograph incorporates a bi-directional tachymeter, a must have for timing that running mile, and the dial configuration is wonderfully reminiscent of some of the classical motoring chronographs of old. Equally evocative are the 1970s inspired chronograph hands which hark back to the heyday of racing. The highly legible dial is accented by a red chronograph second hand and Super-LumiNova® filled applied indexes and hands ensure luminosity at night.

A ONCE IN A LIFETIME EXPERIENCE

THE BREMONT WILLIAMS RACING BOX SET

Limited to 45 sets, each comes with a once in a lifetime ‘Race Day’ experience hosted at Grove, the official home of Williams Racing. Taking place during the 2022 Singapore and Mexico Grand Prix race weekends respectively, each box set owner and a guest will enjoy an immersive Williams Racing Formula One experience. Guests will be taken on a guided tour of the race team HQ and the Williams Racing Museum to understand the team’s illustrious history, being one of only three Constructors to win over 100 Grand Prix races.

DISCOVER



The partnership between Bremont and Williams Racing as two preeminent British engineering businesses, both based in Oxfordshire, was always designed to see both firms collaborating on a deeper technical level.