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Pre-BaselWorld 2017 - Omega Speedmaster Automatic Racing DialAnd before the SIHH 2017 starts, Omega announces some BaselWorld 2017 news. Aside from the Speedmaster Speedy Tuesday unique, they announce the Speedmaster Automatic Racing Dial as well as the Speedmaster Automatic 38mm. We will cover women 38mm model at a later stage, but let's have a look at the Speedmaster Automatic Master Chronometer with racing dial.Speedmaster Automatic Racing DialJust like a year ago, when Omega actually announced their Speedmaster Moonphase Co-Axial Master Chronometer during SIHH, the next step is to unveil their Speedmaster Automatic Racing Dial. Also pre-loaded with a Co-Axial Master Chronometer (caliber 9900) movement, naturally. While Omega some times still reference these Co-Axial 44.25mm models as 'Moonwatch', they luckily didn't accomplish that with this particular model. This is the racing dial edition, very true towards the origin with the Speedmaster as well as a theme that's been used maybe once or twice over the years.Origin from the racing dialThe first racing dial utilised by Omega with regard to their Speedmaster was at 1967. However the Speedmaster was advertised with motor sports in the late 1950s, focused shifted quickly on the Moon program. However, in 1967 Omega chosen to apply the 'racing' pattern towards the Speedmaster dial. The official Omega website article discusses 1968, though the extract from the archives of the reference 105.012 below, leaves no room for interpretation. That watch may be covered in-depth on this page, including a graphic in the extract.Besides those earliest racing dials in the caliber 321 models, Omega used the racing dial again inside later caliber 861 models between 1969 and 1971. The usage of colors changed a bit from time to time, so you'll see various combinations of red, white and orange on these dials. You will also observe that some times the chronograph hands are painted, sometimes the 'regular' hands are painted. Below a caliber 861 Speedmaster Professional 145 panerai luminor .022 with racing dial (we pointed out it here).Besides the Speedmaster Professional, the Speedmaster Mark II also was included with a racing dial. The reference 145 watches hublot .014 racing dial is considered the most sought-after type of the objective II. Michael covered his Mark II restoration project in the following paragraphs, not long ago. A watch with a 1960s/1970s case design, inspired from the very first Alaska Project by Omega.In recent times, Omega made more racing dials, also in their Automatic versions. 'Schumacher' editions were hot at some point and even those received the 'racing' treatment. Apart from the very rare piece below, generated for the Ferrari team during Schumacher's F1 years, you'll find a couple of racing tributes inside the Reduced and Broad Arrow series.In 2004, Omega made the 'original' racing dial return in the Speedmaster Professional. Limited by 2004 pieces only, for your Japan market. A massive fans on the Speedmaster is found Japan, who showed their passion for the Speedmaster repeatedly together with the Ultraman and Speedmaster 125 on the telly together with their own personal Mitsukoshi (departmentstore) edition of 300 pieces. But I am 'drifting'. The Speedmaster Pro Japan Racing was popular beyond believe plus the past several years the values of these replica watches around the pre-owned market saw interesting increases.In 2013, Omega did one more Racing form of the Speedmaster Professional, but we learned it was actually made for Herge's Tintin and very soon was dubbed 'Tintin'. The pattern is slightly different to the original racing one plus the one from 2004, but Omega a minimum of tried to flip it as such. It is currently discontinued and used by many collectors. Here's more towards the story.As a final point before we go to the BaselWorld 2017 Speedmaster Automatic Racing Dial model, in 2014, Omega also introduced a re-edition on the Speedmaster Mark II. These times with automatic Co-Axial movement. There's an awesome brushed case like the original Mark II and delivers the racing dial also. See below. All chronograph hands are orange along with the racing pattern on the minute track resembles the vintage models.Automatic Co-Axial Master Chronometer Racing DialBack to the announced model, the Omega Speedmaster Automatic Racing Dial. Depending on the Speedmaster Caliber 9300, made available in a number of ceramic editions, watches these days using a caliber 9900 movement. Certified because of the independent METAS institute, as explained here.But there is more going without running shoes.Slimmer caseSome people complained which the 44.25 Speedmaster caliber 9300 models were a bit too thick. Much less thick since the 45mm Seamaster Planet Ocean with the exact same movement family, buy still quite substantial. This new Speedmaster Automatic is thinner, mainly due to work Omega did about the sapphire crystal. Watches using the caliber 9300/9900 family have to have a small thick case, though the boxed sapphires utilized on the opposite models made them even thicker.Other neat features will include a ceramic bezel with LiquidMetal tachy scale."Tachymetre" wording in orange, to suit when markers and 'time indicating' hands. The Speedmaster Automatic Racing Dial has white chronograph hands, such as the original 105.012 with racing dial we showed you at the start informed. Cool. The sub dials for this piece undoubtedly are a tad bit bigger than alternatively in-house chronograph Speedmaster models. The matte black dial is merely stunning within our opinion.Another cool feature will be the racing strap. The one which really fits to the racing theme with its perforations and includes a folding clasp.Omega Speedmaster Automatic Racing Dial reference 304.32.44.51.01.001 via Omega. Market price is going to be 7800 Swiss Francs.