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CVSTOS Challenge Pilot RC Limited Edition Watch

By Adrian Prisca


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The timepiece we’re going to present right now is quite interesting, from our point of view. The brainchild of two fabled names, Ringo Chong, racing champion from Singapore, and CVSTOS, this bold timepiece is called Challenge Pilot RC Limited Edition. In case you haven’t heard of Ringo Chong, he was the youngest driver to ever win both the Rally of Singapore and the Tour de Singapore.

The professional racer’s career peak was reached when he won the Marina Bay F1 circuit in the Aston Martin Asia Cup F1 supporting race, being the first Singaporean ever to win it. In addition, the distinction of being the first Asian to be known as the Overall Champion in the Ferrari Asia Pacific 458 Challenge belongs to him.

This particular timepiece honors all the efforts and soul the fabled racer has invested during his career. CVSTOS has taken care of this, through a sporty tonneau-shaped case made of aluminum and steel, 48 hour power reserve, chronograph counters at the 3-, 6- and 9 o’clock positions and an automatic movement.

The case was painted in an eye-catching bright yellow, courtesy of Ringo’s Ferrari, in combinations with black. The strap boasts the same color combination, being made from the same renowned suede-leather used to cover the steering wheels and seats of F1 race cars, called alcantara.

The Challenge Pilot RC Limited Edition exquisite timepiece can be acquired from Sincere Watch boutiques worldwide. Sadly, we haven’t yet been apprised regarding the price.


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