With the Racetimer series Steinhart takes us back to the days when car races where not yet dominated by computers and the drivers were adventurers with petrol in their blood, who often put their lives at risk in order to win a race. The Swiss engine of the Racetimer performs its 28,800 vibrations per hour in a titanium chassis with 44 mm diameter, driven automatically by a golden rotor, which can be observed through the glass of the stainless steel case back. Embedded in the polished stainless steel bezel one finds the tachymeter inlay, which can be used to measure speed with the help of the screw-down pushers that operate the chronograph function. The time and day/date can be set via the screw-down crown, should the Racetimer have had to spend a few days resting in its garage. A gentle shake or a few turns of the crown and the engine starts running again as precise as is the nature of a Swiss watch. Besides the question of whether you prefer to carry the Racetimer on leather or the finely brushed titanium bracelet, there also remains the tough choice of which "paint-job" you should choose.