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Luxury mens watches Wryst Motors MS630 with black dial and carbon fiber bracelet inspired by motorsports and racing cars. This exclusive bold racy...

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The Swiss chronograph black racing watch Motors MS620 is an undeniable symbol of style and speed. It is a bold statement that showcases your...

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The man watch for racing Wryst Motors MS620 comes with two different bracelets. This bold 50 mm men's size is ideal for making an impression in...

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Wear a Wryst racing chronograph watch Motors and stand out in style around the track. Thanks to its dynamic and modern style, the MS630 offers a...

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Experience the thrill of speed and precision with the Wryst Race Master watch Motors MS620. This racing men’s watch is a testament to the...

The New Wryst Motors Mens Watch Series


Audacious Watches for Modern Men

 The chronograph racing watches Wryst Motors are modern, dynamic, racy, and ready to be your companion on the road or the racing track. Motorsport, Racing Sports, and Supercars inspire these unique limited edition watches for men.


Feel sturdy and loud with a quality quartz chronograph with precise timing features up to 1/10th of a second.


The new collection features different references, both only limited to a small production of 75 unique serial numbers.


The Motors are Back on the Track

Our previous collection of 99 units produced in 2015 did not stay in stock for long. This is why, many years later, we have decided to produce these new Motors "second generation" but with brushed steel casing instead of the previous DLC casing in black.


Through the years, we have learned to know what our customers want, and if black is the new trend for watches, many of you still prefer a more settled feel in a simple brushed finish.


Motorsports Mens Racing Watches




1/ The White Contrasted Dial

The first model Wryst Motors SX620 is dressed in a white dial with anodized hands and details, with hints of red colors for the smaller hands. The stopwatch hand is also red. The hands offer clear reading with all lighting situations. Outgoing and bold, the 50mm size will satisfy people more interested in wearing an opulent watch with a substantial feel.


White Dial Watch for Sports Car Drivers


2/ The Darker Black Dial

This striking second version of racing watches, the Motors MS630, has a much darker feel with a black sating finish. This may well be the more attractive of the two versions. This version reminds more of the previous "MS3" version, the first ever Motors watch to become sold-out.


Wryst Motors Watch for Racing


Two-Tone Daring Case Back

Our groundbreaking design for the back of the watch is ambitious. The circular polished finish offers a remembrance of an alloy racing wheel. The grooves and sculpted details on the case back are blackened to give a strong sense of depth.


Case Back Racing Watch Motors


Domed Sapphire Crystal

These men's racing watch faces are protected with a curved sapphire crystal with an anti-reflective coating. The Motorsport shape is progressive and morphs a unique way into the double-waved case top.


In conclusion, the sophisticated manly look of these racing sports watch references is offered in different versions, and all, including two different bracelets, are there to entertain with grace. You may want to choose your serial number, which is part of the offer. Please get in touch with our sales department to see if the number you would like to buy is available and in stock.


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How Motorsports and Racing Sports Influenced Watch Design


Watches are not only devices that tell time but also accessories that reflect the personality and style of the wearer. For many men, watches express their passion and interest in various fields, such as sports, aviation, or exploration. Among these fields, some of the most influential and popular ones are motorsports and racing sports, which have inspired the design of many watches over the decades.


The Origins of Racing Watches

Motorsports and racing sports are among the most popular and exciting forms of entertainment worldwide. They attract millions of fans who admire the skill, courage, and passion of the drivers and riders who compete in various disciplines such as Formula One, MotoGP, Le Mans, NASCAR, and Rally. These sports also inspire many watch enthusiasts who appreciate the precision, performance, and style of the timepieces that are designed for or influenced by them.


The connection between watches and racing sports can be traced back to the early 20th century when automobiles and motorcycles became more accessible and competitive. Drivers and riders needed a way to measure their speed and performance, and watches were the perfect tools. The first racing watches were chronographs, which have a stopwatch function in addition to the standard time display. Chronographs allowed the users to record the elapsed time of a race, a lap, or a segment and calculate their average speed.


The Evolution of Racing Watches

The 1970s marked a turning point in the history of racing watches, as the quartz revolution changed the landscape of the watch industry. Quartz watches are powered by a battery and a quartz crystal, which vibrate precisely and provide accurate timekeeping. Quartz watches are cheaper, more reliable, and more precise than mechanical watches, powered by a spring and a series of gears and require regular winding and maintenance. Quartz watches also introduced new features and functions.


The advent of quartz watches posed a serious threat to the traditional mechanical watchmakers, who had to adapt and innovate to survive. Some of them embraced the quartz technology and incorporated it into their watches for racing, creating hybrid models that combined analog and digital displays. Others focused on improving the quality and performance of their mechanical chronographs, using advanced materials, movements, and complications.


Racing Watches Wryst Motors


The 1980s and 1990s saw the rise of Formula One as the pinnacle of motorsports and racing sports, attracting millions of fans and sponsors worldwide. Formula One is a highly sophisticated and competitive sport where every detail matters and every second counts.


Formula One drivers and teams rely on cutting-edge technology and engineering to achieve the best results, and their watches reflect that. Formula One watches are designed to be durable, functional, and stylish, with features such as carbon fiber, titanium, ceramic, rubber, and sapphire crystal. Formula One watches also strongly connect with the drivers and teams, who often collaborate with the watchmakers to create special editions and collections.


The Future of Racing Watches

The 21st century has brought new challenges and opportunities for the racing watch industry as the world becomes more digital and connected. Smartwatches are the latest trend in the watch market, offering a variety of functions and features, such as fitness tracking, notifications, apps, and voice control. Connected watches are also compatible with smartphones and other devices, allowing users to access and share information and data. They have the potential to revolutionize the racing watch segment, as they can provide real-time feedback and analysis of the racing performance, as well as interactive and immersive experiences for the fans and spectators.


However, watches with electronic capabilities are not without drawbacks, as they have limited battery life, depend on external networks, and lack the charm and craftsmanship of mechanical watches. Therefore, some racing watch enthusiasts prefer to stick to the classic and timeless models, which have a history and a soul that smartwatches cannot replicate. These models are not only watches but also pieces of art and culture representing the values and traditions of motorsports and racing sports.



Motorsports and racing sports have inspired the design of watches since the early 20th century and have created a diverse and dynamic segment in the watch industry. Racing watches are functional, practical, fashionable, and expressive, reflecting the racers' and fans' passion and spirit. Looks inspired by sports cars have evolved and adapted to the changing times and technologies but have also preserved their identity and heritage. Racing watches are more than watches. They are symbols of speed, performance, and excellence.