Bell & Ross has a long history of collaborating with Renault's F1 team and they are back again for the fifth time with four different timepieces at different prices.
The entry-level BR V3-94 R.S. 20 chronograph is the most traditional of the bunch with a double subdial 43mm case, rotating bezel, and a black leather strap; coming in at $4,400. Second up is the BR 03-94 R.S 20 square cased chronograph with a near-identical dial paired with the brand's iconic square case setting you back $6,500 USD. Both of these models are limited to 999 pieces.
Up next is the BR-X1 R.S 20, an automatic skeletonized chronograph bearing the same double subdial configuration as the second rendition with the addition of a countdown bezel atop the 45mm case. Limited to 250 units, this piece costs $21,500. Last but not least is the BR-X1 Tourbillon R.S. 20, a hand-wound mono-pusher chronograph with a flying tourbillon at the 6 o'clock position with 21,600 vibrations per hour and a power reserve of 96 hours. With only 20 pieces being made, this one will set you back a hefty $200,000.